The Chairman of the Universal Basic Education Board, Lagos State, Wahab Alawiye -King, has said that the management of Greenspring School showed that there is a need for collaboration and partnership in enhancing the education sector.
He said this at the inauguration of the three blocks of classrooms at The Roman Catholic School, Lagos built by the student team of the community development committee of Greenspring.
Alawiye-king said, “It is a sign of love on the part of the Greenspring School to build blocks of classrooms for our pupils and the show of love is one of the things we lack in our country presently that needs to be addressed.”
He stated that the project showed that there is hope and should be emulated by other people to further boost the education sector.
The Chief Operating Officer of Greenspring School, Koiki Lai, described the motto of the school, “In love serve one another” as the driving force for them when reaching out to public schools.
Lai said the project also involves the students of Greenspring so that they can see the need to give back to their immediate society.