Foremost Ogun state real estate company, NBI estates has promised to continue to support government and relevant agencies in enhancing an all round development of the society.
Chairman and CEO of the company, Oyesiku Olaseni Oluwafisayo made this known while presenting an award of half plot of land to two deserving students during the 45 Outstanding Pupils in Ogun State, 2021 Children’s Day edition organized by the Integrity Campaign Club, a Non Governmental Organization, held at the cultural center, Kuto, Abeokuta.
The event which was attended by state government functionaries and experts in the education sector had in attendance the Ogun state first lady, Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun among others.
While receiving the outstanding 45 students drawn from the four zones of the gateway state, who had gone through an array of activities which included Spelling Bee, Quiz and Public Speaking competition, the governor’s wife noted that the nation would benefit immensely if parents instill sound morals in their wards.
Abiodun, who condemned violence against children, said inhumane and barbaric tradition negatively affecting children would no longer be tolerated.
According to Mr. Oyesiku Olaseni Oluwafisayo, NBI estates will not on invest in real estate sector but other sectors of the economy which will make the society as a whole a better place to live, work and play in accordance with the vision of the Governor Dapo Abiodun led administration.
High point of the event was the presentation of landed property to two Grand Prize winners; Adetayo Isuraoluwa of Golden Gait Model College, Ijebu Ode LG and Momoh Samuel of Adeoye Int’l School, Ado Odo Ota.
The children and their parents appreciated the opportunity given to them by NBI estates and other partners, promising to be good ambassadors of the state.
President and Founder of the club, Dare Adedotun says despite the current economic and funding challenges facing our country as a whole, the club will keep doing all within its powers to achieve better living conditions and greater access to quality healthcare and education for all our children.
According to the Adedotun, the task of training up a child should not be left for parents alone because when a child becomes irresponsible, the child will become a problem not just for the parents but for the society at large.