Greenwich Foundation has adopted Ransome Kuti Grammar School, which includes both the Junior and Senior Secondary schools in Yaba, Lagos, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility and commitment to great educational facilities.
According to The Nation, beyond adoption, the Foundation has improved the school’s facilities, integrating better sanitation systems and renovating and constructing 66 modern toilets.
These changes, which were zealously pursued as part of Greenwich Foundation’s CSR initiatives and its enthusiasm for community enhancement, were unveiled on August 25 in Lagos.
The Greenwich Foundation’s Chairman, Mrs. Erelu Adebayo, stated in her remarks about the project, “At Greenwich Foundation, our objective revolves around delivering positive improvements to our communities. This particular project exemplifies our unwavering dedication to improving learning environments.
Speaking at the same time, the managing director of Greenwich Merchant Bank, Bayo Rotimi, stated that they had decided to adopt the junior and senior secondary schools at Ransome Kuti Grammar School in order to continue supporting the organization by enhancing the facilities for learning.
While the Foundation would help schools protect their new assets, he stated that it is still mostly their job to maintain the buildings.
Also commenting on the event was the Managing Director of Greenwich Registrars & Data Solutions, Oby Chiki Ijegbulem, who emphasized the close relationship between community and education. She emphasized the undeniable link between excellent infrastructure and learning.
According to the Greenwich Foundation’s acting program manager and secretary, Yewande Akomolede, preserving school infrastructure demonstrates the Foundation’s dedication to education and to providing these youngsters a setting that is supportive, secure, and deserving of their dreams.
She also emphasized that the main areas of concentration for the Greenwich Foundation are empowerment for girls, health, and education.
The principal of Ransome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Lasisi Ajadi, reiterated the pledge of maintenance, saying, “This large project will surely increase student attendance.
“Our dedication is to keep up these amenities, which will unquestionably boost the self-esteem of our kids.
“The Greenwich Foundation and its financing partners (Greenwich Merchant Bank, Greenwich Registrars & Data Solutions Limited, and Greenwich Trustees Limited) have our sincere gratitude at Ransome Kuti Grammar School and throughout our community. They played a crucial part in this admirable project, and the institution is still keen to work with them in the future.”