In a continuous support and dedicated effort to broaden educational horizons, the Muhydeen Okunlola Kayode (MOK) Foundation is actively engaged in the meticulous selection process for sponsoring the West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC) registrations of 130 public school students in Offa, Kwara State.
With a resolute mission to dismantle financial barriers impeding students’ pursuit of education, the foundation is targeting various schools in the region.
The foundation today, Friday December 8, visited public secondary schools which include:
– Offa Grammar School
– Nawar-Ud-Deen Grammar School
– St. Claire’s Girls College
– Iyeru Okin Africa Secondary School
– Government Secondary School
– Offa Community Secondary School
– Offa Baptist Secondary School
– St. Marks Secondary School
MOK Foundation is not only paving the way for academic excellence but is also contributing to the enhancement of school libraries by generously donating books to the aforementioned institutions.
Initiated on Wednesday, December 6, the selection process is set to unfold over the coming weeks, meticulously identifying deserving students based on their financial needs. Acknowledging the burdensome nature of examination fees as a potential hindrance to education, the MOK Foundation is unwavering in its commitment to ensuring that these students can actively participate in the upcoming WAEC exams.
This philanthropic endeavour follows previous visits to schools such as Okin High School, Tawakaltu Grammar School, Iyeru Grammar School, Taoheed Secondary School, Moremi High School, Government Day Secondary School, Nawairudeen Secondary School, and Ansarul Islam Secondary School.
The MOK Foundation’s steadfast dedication to nurturing educational access reflects its belief in empowering the next generation and creating a brighter future for the community.