The African property firm, Adron Homes and Properties has partnered with Remo Secondary School, Sagamu to host 2021 Ionic Festival in Ogun State.
The festival will be entertaining all secondary schools both public and primary in the state.
IONIAN brotherhood was coined from the names of the four schools that constituted it. They are Abeokuta Grammar School, Ijebu-Ode Grammar School, Ibadan Grammar School and Ondo Boys’ High School.
Apart from cooperation in the academic arena, they engaged in sports, vocational education, cultural cooperation, and made input into the educational policies and joint admission policies for members. They also ensured the maintenance of high standards in the schools.
According to the Group Managing Director of Adron Homes, Aare Adetola Olaniyi EmmanuelKing, “We are saddled with the responsibility of discovering and naturing talents among the youths to support the administration of Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun mfr, the winners shall be rewarded with meaningful prices and we believe the festival will serve many purposes between the parent, teachers in the state.”
“Also, one of the major events during the AIONIAN games is the unveiling of two new houses by the Host school which are; Oba Babatunde Ajayi house (Purple house) and Chief Mrs A.O Wilde house (Gold house), Oba Babatunde Ajayi FCA is the Akarigbo and paramount ruler of Remoland, an old student of the school, first paramount ruler ever produced by the school. He is also the immediate past National president old student association of the school. His contributions to the development of the school is unquantifiable while Chief Mrs A.O Wilde was a former principal of the school; 1980 to 1992. She is a reformer of no equal, brought so many revolutionary ideas that positioned the school as number one in Ogun State during her tenure, The changes she brought to the Old students Association still speaks till today. In total the school game houses will now be eight which makes a complete track” Said Aare Adetola Emmanuelking.
Aare Adetola EmmanuelKing appreciated the National President; Hon Adeola Sosanwo, the National executives and the chairman; AIONIAN games planning committee in person of Mr Owolabi Oladeinde.
He prayed that God Almighty should continue to bless and honor them.
The Ionic Festival is slated to commence by March 25 to 28, 2021 with lots of excitement for participants and viewers.
This year’s edition will be proudly supported by the African giant property firm, Adron Homes to frostier unity among the secondary school pupils and teachers through sporting, debating and quiz competition in Ogun State where winners laugh home with their prices from the sponsor.
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