Encomium as School for Deaf and Dumb applauds NGO for donation of projector, educational materials

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There was encomium last week when the Methodist Grammar School, Deaf and Dumb Unit started the usage of projector donated to them a year ago by The Baby Blue Angels Foundation.

You will recall that the NGO had donated projector and other educational materials to Deaf and Dumb Department of Methodist Grammar School, Ibadan during official launching in 2019 as part of its community and social development service aimed at ensuring that the disabled are not hindered from having access to quality education due to their disability.

The projector was donated to aid learning process of deaf and dumb students at Methodist Grammar School, Ibadan.

Ambassador Ramata Agberemi, the founder of BBA while handing over the projector and other educational materials to the beneficiary said, it behooves on them as non-governmental organization to contribute their own quotas towards the development of education of both abled and disabled in Nigeria.

“As NGO, our priority should not be centered on abled persons alone but to the disabled who have ability to contribute to the growth and development of Nigeria if given an avenue to develop their God-given potentials.

“We don’t have to be waiting for government at all times before we could be stretching helpful hands to one another. Nigeria can only attain its desired level of growth and development if only we can be helping ourselves”, said Ramata.

The head of the school while setting the projector for operation and the use of students last week said the disabled have contributed alot to the development of Nigeria and that all stakeholders must come together to ensure that they are not left behind in the development process of the country.

He therefore appreciated the benevolent act shown to them by the Baby Blue Angels Foundation as such gesture will go a long way in reshaping the lives of the students for better.

He prayed for the Founder of the NGO, Ramata Agberemi and the entire team members while charging them not to relent in their effort at ameliorating the suffering of the needy.

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