ISI Class of “95” Distributes Foods to The Needy In Ibadan


The International School Class of 95 gave palliatives to over 300 residents of Ibadan, Oyo state to cushion the economic effect of lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic

ISI, a private secondary school is owned by University of Ibadan

The anchor programme initiated by the old student of the institution  gave beneficiaries food items such as yam flour/semovita, rice ,beans ,garri, dried fish, palm oil,groundnut oil& pepper weighin about 12 kg per household.

Already about 325 households in Agbowo&Orogun area in Ibadan

The beneficiaries were picked randomly among the residents of the community and they includes artisans, street cleaners & the Old.An estimated cost of each packed food is #7,000

 A beneficiary simply identify as Modupe while appreciating the donors said she hasn’t seen or heard anything of this magnitude shared anywhere in Nigeria.

She also implore all kindhearted people to follow suit in helping the needy in the society  especially in this difficult time

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