’83 Set Of Anglican Comp. College Offa Holds 40th Reunion, Donates Classrooms, Equipments To Alma mater

The Blocks Of Classroom Donated By The Set To Their Alma mater

The Class of ‘83 of the renowned Anglican Comprehensive College, Offa, Kwara State, has completed two fully furnished ultra-modern classroom blocks and office spaces, to be donated to the 56 year-old citadel of learning.

The President of the Class of 83, Mr. Sanusi Mudasiru, who is also Chief Audit and Assurance Officer, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Group,  disclosed this, saying that the donations are part of the activities to mark the set’s 40th reunion anniversary.

The reunion and handover ceremony, according to the Set, will hold at the school’s premises in Offa on July 22, 2023, and is expected to be graced by the Executive Governor of Kwara State, Malam Abdulraham Abdulrasaq, His Royal Highness, the Oloffa of Offa, Alhaji Mufutai Gbadamosi, religious leaders and the larger body of old Students’ of  Anglican Comprehensive College, Offa. 

The Class of ‘83 according to Mudasiru, decided to give back to the school to improve conducive learning environment while also fulfilling its goal of giving back to the society.

“This is the power of coming together and I enjoin all past and present student of the schools to learn from the little we have done, and come together to better the learning experience of present and coming students of the school, as we all know, government can’t do it alone,” Mudasiru said. 

Two years ago, the Class of ‘83 had donated generators, scanning and photocopy machines and other sundry items worth millions of naira to the school.

Anglican Comprehensive college Offa was founded in 1967, by the Anglican Church  of Church Missionary Society of Nigeria, Offa Chapter. The first of students admitted to the school resumed for academic work on January 30, 1967.