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BTCSS’s outstanding teacher, O S Oyaleke bows out of teaching service

.... Oyaleke is an embodiment of good character Says TESCOM Chairman

 

Former Vice Principal Administration of Barakat Community Secondary School Ilorin, Deacon Owolabi Samson Oyaleke bowed out of teaching service on Tuesday at a Sent Forth ceremony which took place at Sheikh Ambali Yusuf Memorial Hall, Barakat Community High School Hall Alfa Yahaya Ilorin

Oyaleke

Representing the Chairman of the Teaching Service Commission, TESCOM, The Director of Schools and Colleges at Kwara State Teaching Service Commission, Mr Shehu Sulyman Olayinka commended the retiring teacher for his service to the state and humanity

Dir of Schools and Colleges TESCOM

He also congratulated the family of the retiring teacher, Deacon OS Oyaleke and prayed to God to continue to strengthen him after service.

Oyaleke is an embodiment of good character, he has put up all his efforts and abilities to promote and upgrade the upcoming generation in Western education, he said

The Principal of Barakat Community Secondary School, Mr Kuranga Babatunde Yero said Oyeleke played a multi-dimensional role.

Kuranga

Kuranga, who praised him for his hardworking, firmness and immense contribution to the educational growth and development of Barakat community secondary school students.

He spent 30 years serving the Barakat Community Secondary School and neighbouring schools by rendering selfless service to humanity, his legacy will forever live on, Kuranga said

On his part, the National President of Barakat Community secondary school old students, Dr Mashood Sidiq, described the celebrant as God sent individual, who has touched the lives of several people.

Dr Moshood

He further stressed that Oyaleke was always available for educational events, as the performance, growth and development of the school were always his priority.

The President urged other teachers to tread on his path for the betterment of humanity.

“He is not just a teacher, he is a father and mentor to many people”

The event featured Cultural dance, Drama, Presentation of gifts, among others

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