IA - Foundation Fetes Schools In Ogun With Books, Cheques - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Thursday, January 30, 2020

IA - Foundation Fetes Schools In Ogun With Books, Cheques

Mrs Ronke Presenting cheque and books 
  to the principal of Adeoye Lambo Memorial
High School

            • Mrs. Ronke and one of the pupils

                  •Mrs. Ronke and the pupils

From Ayobami Ife,

Ibironke Adeagbo Foundation - IAF, founded by UK based philantropist, quintessential chartered accountant and access - to - education advocates, Mrs Ibironke Adeagbo, made good her promise on Thursday as she visited three schools in Abeokuta, Ogun State, doling out cash and instructional materials to each of them to make reading, learning and teaching seamless for the pupils, students and their instructors.

The beneficiary - schools included Nawair ud-deen Grammar School (Senior),
Obantoko, St. Peters College, Olomore - Abeokuta(Junior School) and Adeoye Lambo memorial high school, also in Abeokuta.
The visit also concided with Ibironke's birthday. 
In the last couple of years, Ibironke Adeagbo, a renowned chartered accountant, qualified both in the UK and in Nigeria has impacted positively to many pupils and students, especially those with learning difficulty and out - of - school children in Ogun State and elsewhere through her IA-Foundation.

The Foundation, she told The Daily Crucible, was established  because of her passion for education and removing any obstacle that could prevent any Nigerian child from getting a good education.

She is an accounting graduate from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria and has a post-graduate diploma in Information Management from London South Bank University in the UK. With three accountancy qualifications and twenty-four years post- qualification experience in the UK, she currently works as a Finance Director in the education sector. In the UK, she works tirelessly to ensure children from deprived background get into top universities, such as Oxford and Cambridge. 

She was formerly the chairperson of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) UK and ex - treasurer of a body responsible for the welfare of all Nigerians in the UK diaspora called CANUK.

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