An ex-corps member named Modupe Ogunleye Ishola has shown the beauty of a kind spirit
– Ishola who completed her NYSC service Akure, Ondo is one of the corps members who left the place better than she met it
– After securing a loan from the bank, the young lady started and completed the project of renovating and equipping Fanibi community pry school The essence of life is for every human to learn to live beyond themselves, to charge up and make a difference in the lives of others.
In fact, those eho live for ever are those who impact lives and take on project that are bigger than themselves.
The story of Modupe Ogunleye Ishola is an inspiring and insightful one in which one learns that there is something great to be made from every bad situation. Ishola chose to stand out when the nation called her to serve and now, her name if forever imprinted in the walls of history.
Ogunleye served in Akure, Ondo and took pity on a young girl who she enrolled in Fanibi Community Primary School. However, the school which was the closest to her home had no facilities and the building was dilapidated.
Concerned about the environment in which young children had to learn, Ogunleye took on the duty to renovate and equip the school in a bid to encourage education and improve the lives all the young students of the school. After sharing her intention with NYSC officials, she was left hanging for several months. Driven by her desire to improve things, she went on to secure a loan from a bank for which she is still paying till this very day. Ishola managed to get N1.3 million which was the quoted need for renovation and purchase of school facilities. In a matter of weeks, the school environment was much better and the students are now learning in a conducive environment.
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