I WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT INDIGENT STUDENTS…PRINCESS ATITEBI.
The founder and Chief Executive Officer of Brighter Days Charity Foundation Princess Bosede Atitebi says she will use everything within her capacity to promote and encourage education among the orphans , the down trodden and less privileged in Ikere Ekiti .
Atitebi who stated this during an interview explained that she faced serious challenges at the early stage of her education because she loss her father when she was 6years old and it was very difficult for her mother to pay her school fees.
She noted that despite this challenge she struggled to become somebody in life more reason today she is bringing succour to children who are facing similar challenges.
According to her ,her NGO that was established in 2018 has been supporting those who love to go to school and does not have the means to do so.
She explained that 80% of what she has been spending was primarily from her purse and the remaining from those who reason in what she has been doing.
Her NGO is having 10 indigent students who will be sponsored to higher institution of their choices within Nigeria.
Apart from this,her NGO in 2019 produced big notes that was distributed randomly among primary school pupils in Ikere Ekiti.
Princess Atitebi who is the yeye Oba of Ara quarter in Ikere Ekiti said that apart from oiling the wheel of education she had also rolled out palliatives in form of food stuffs and money to cushion the effect of COVID -19 on some vulnerable persons.
She affirmed that #10,000 and #5000 were giving to the elderlies to buy whatever they like and the money was paid directly into their accounts.
Princess Atitebi lauded the efforts of Dr.Kayode Fayemi in making education free from Primary to secondary school in Ekiti thereby reducing the number of cout of school children.
Atitebi who said she was always passionate about giving especially to the children because they were very appreciative said her NGO would still do more for children in Ikere Ekiti, calling on government at all levels to create jobs for teeming youths that were jobless thereby increasing their interest in education.