By: Ogunleye Oluwapelumi
The Remo Secondary School Old Students Association (RSSOSA) in a publication has called on all interested individuals and corporate organizations to join hands with them to achieve their 10-year development plan project. The project aims to establish new structures for the institution, project a better appearance of the school, and show that members of the RSS OSA are deliberate about giving back to their alma mater.
The association is reaching out to professionals specialized in construction, architecture, engineering, and surveying to avail themselves for the stakeholders’ meeting scheduled to take place at the RSS secretariat on the 24th of June at 11 am.
This move by the RSSOSA is in line with the call made last year by The Akarigbo of Remo land, Oba Adewale Ajayi, who urged old students to give back to society and deploy their resources to develop the education sector.
The association’s stakeholders’ meeting will provide a platform for those interested in leaving a mark on the sands of Remo land to come together and contribute their quota to the development of the school.
The 10-year development plan project is a noble initiative aimed at improving the school’s infrastructure and overall appearance. The RSSOSA is calling on all members of the association, interested individuals, and corporate organizations to join hands with them to make this project a success.
All professionals specialized in construction, architecture, engineering, and surveying are welcome to attend the stakeholders’ meeting on the 24th of June at 11 am at the RSS secretariat.