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Greensprings School marked Nigeria’s Independence Weekend with fun, culture and uncommon generosity from the school’s students, parents and board. They donated N2m to Sesor to support displaced women and their families. The presentation was made at the school’s National Day after a culturally rich variety show by the school’s talented students featuring poetry, dance, Nigerian fashion & drama.

Secondary school student’s performance
Pre-school performance
Elementary performance

Helen Brocklesby, Head of School, Anthony Campus, said the funds were raised mainly by the students efforts and would not only enhance the women’s businesses but would help them look after their families.

Mrs Lai Koiki, Executive Director, presented the cheque to Ier Jonathan-Ichaver, Sesor’s Executive Director, in the presence and expressed their support for Sesor’s work with the displaced. Ier Jonathan-Ichaver thanked the school for their kind donation, saying the funds would make a difference in the lives of the women and their families. She stated that the school would receive reports on the women’s progress and accepted the cheque on behalf of Sesor’s Board.

The day closed out with prayers and a buffet featuring food from various parts of Nigeria.

Helen Brocklesby, Head of School. addressing the parents and students present
Mrs Lai Koiki, Greensprings School Executive Director, presenting the cheque
Sesor’s Executive Director giving the introductory speech with Communications Officer, Jasmine Asekome
School representatives and Sesor team at the cutting of the Independence cake

Thank you to the Greensprings School Family for making a difference in the lives of the women we work with.

To support our programmes, kindly donate to our Sesor Empowerment Foundation StanbicIBTC Account 0002888203 or GTB A/C 0170089727


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