2018 Election Results

The 2018 Exco Election has been concluded. The sorting and collation also completed. See details of results below:

S/N Voters Verification Status
1 Temitope Oyefeso Verified
2 Olusola Bukola Verified
3 Adebisi Kehinde Verified
4 Yetunde Anifowoshe Verified
5 Oluwaseun Adeyemi Odusanya Verified
6 Kuye Queen Joy. Verified
7 Adedoyin Adewale Felix Verified
8 Aishah Amusa-Alao Verified
9 Prisca Keredei Verified
10 Fatokun Ayodeji Adedotun Abraham Verified
11 Kareem sunmonu Verified
12 Fasimoye Olatunji Verified
13 Adebowale Shopade Verified
14 Oparaugo Emmanuel Verified
15 Ibiyemi ayodele Verified
16 Anuoluwapo Agbaje Verified
17 Maria Omoyeni Akerele- Adoga Verified
18 Adekemi Adeyeye Verified
19 Lucas Olatunji Verified
20 Mayowa ayodele Verified
21 Sunny O Nordiana Verified
22 Udeme Inyang Verified
23 Segun Owolabi Verified
24 Ogunyemi Olalekan michael Verified
25 Vincent ototobor Verified
26 Baribor Verified
27 Priscilla Audu Verified
28 Razaq Yinusa Verified
29 yaqub habeeb Verified
30 Ganiyu Olayiwola Razaq Verified
31 Balogun Elizabeth Bunmi Verified
32 Osiewu ayomide isaac Verified
33 Femi-Bamidele Onome Verified
34 Aiyejuyomi Daniel segun Verified
35 Abasiubong Godswill Verified
36 Uloma Ugbah Verified
37 Adeleye Taiwo Verified
38 Lekan Olotu Verified
39 Akinbohun Babajide Verified
40 Osugba Mary Ifeyinwa Verified
41 Ogunyemi  Funke Verified
42 Osarumwense Aimienoho Verified
43 Babatunde Shefiu Opakunle Verified
44 Christopher Nwokolo Verified
45 Opeyemi Bassey Verified
46 Ogunpola Folarin Saheed Verified
47 Israel ogochukwu ikem Verified
48 Prisca keredei Verified
49 Odusanya Oluwaseun Verified
50 Sol Verified
51 Ogundolie Folakemi Berkley Verified
52 Keji Ogunbanjo Verified
53 Oluwatoyin Verified
54 Ochuko Siekpe Verified
55 Agboola tosin joel Verified
56 Oluseun Adeboga Verified
57 Babajide A. Ogunbanjo Verified
58 Adama Abosede Verified
59 Achuba George Verified
60 OBASI OKECHUKWU COLLINS Verified
Total Valid Voters 60

 

 

Election Results

Final Results

Position Winner
President Otunba Tope Oyefeso
Vice President – Nigeria Kareem Sunmonu
Vice President – Diaspora Priscilla Audu
Financial Secretary Oluwaseun Odusanya
Assistant Financial Secretary Ganiyu Olayiwola Razaq
Welfare Officer Queen Kuye
Deputy Welfare Officer Godwin Chuks Ezekwe

 

Congratulations to all winners

Communiqué from The Election Committee 2018

Hello colleagues. Hope your week is going well.

It’s Countdown to Election Weekend!!!

The Election as communicated in previous notices will commence as planned from Saturday, June 16 to Sunday June 17, 2018 for the positions with indicated interests

As we have notified you, the detail for the By Election for the positions with no interest yet (The Secretary General and Assistant Secretary General) will be provided at a later date.

Below is a list of the contestants for the positions and the manifestos we have to date. Click here to view their manifestos

■ President
1. Ayodeji Fatokun

2. Tope Oyefeso

■ Vice President (Nigeria)
1. Kareem Sunmonu

■ Vice President (Diaspora)
1. Priscilla Audu (Nee Ogigai)

■ Financial Secretary
1. Oluwaseun Odusanya (Nee Adeyemi)

■ Assistant Financial Secretary
1. Razaq Gani Olayiwola

■ Welfare Officer
1. Queen Joy Kuye

■ Assistant Welfare Officer
1. Godwin Chuks Ezekwe

■ Public Relations Officer
1. Uloma Ugbah

We will keep posting several notices and manifestos in the course of the week regarding the forthcoming elections.

We urge you all our colleagues to please participate en masse in the forthcoming elections next weekend and vote for the people you feel will take us to the next level as an Association.

God bless Ikeja High School and all who pass through her!

Thank you all.

Eunice Iwu-Basil
Secretary
2018 Election Committee

SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE RESPONSIBILITY ON IHS CLASS OF ’97 ONLINE PLATFORMS

Memorandum

Great Leaders IHS Class of ’97

It has now become much easier to share with a wider audience than was ever possible before.

However, with quicker means of sharing messages and content, comes greater responsibility.The damage done by spreading misinformation, false knowledge, news, content, gory unpleasant images, videos can be far greater and this has become a growing concern to social media users on group platforms.

Great caution and care must br taken to avoid propagation of unverified frivolous misleading posts, gory images, unplesant pictures, rumours which circulate mostly through social media platforms

Before we succumb to the temptation of forwarding or sharing messages as received on social media i.e Facebook, WhatsApp etc we should learn first to confirm and verify the authenticity of the content, narration or news, image, video before we tap the button to forward/share such news to all our contacts and groups we are part of

Some Things To Consider…

1. The moment you post something on a social media platform i.e. twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp…it becomes your responsibility to defend what you have posted

2. As long as you post it, you are fully responsible for every content of everything you post, even if you forwarded it from someone else. There is nothing like I just posted as received from somewhere.

3. It is important you verify both content and source of whatever information you have before posting

4. Be ready to answer every question relating to every post you send. Don’t post it if you can’t answer for it.

5. Note that, not everything posted on social media is true.

6. Great caution and care should be exercised on what you post through social media as there are alot of videos, content and images from previous years being recycled

7. It may cost you your reputation, respect, friendships or even your life when you broadcast, propagate or disseminate news, videos, stories, reports or jokes that you may not have verified, proven, confirmed or censored.

Please Note:
We are not excused nor absolved of our responsibility in sending/propagating these messages further by just writing forwarded as received, posted as received, shared as received. We must confirm content before forwarding or posting to people or groups you are part of to respect other people’s space and do our part to add value with information being propagated to keep the peace and safety of the online community space.

#postresponsibly #usesocialmediaresponsibly

Thank you very much

Keji Oluwadare 
Secretary General

For: IHS Class of ’97 Association EXCO

Re: IKEJA HIGH SCHOOL OLD STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (IHSOSA) AUDITORIUM PROJECT UPDATE NEWSLETTER 2017 – JANUARY 2018

Greatest IHS Class of ’97
Great Leaders, Great Fathers and Mothers of Today, Visioners, Achievers, Great Minds
Further to the appeal and clarion call message from our umbrella body IHSOSA posted yesterday
We appeal and solicit contributions from our Greats towards the IHSOSA-IHS@ 40 School Hall Project towards building a solid legacy for the current students and future generations
As we aware, the IHS Hall Project has been a drag since last year, hence the appeal message and clarion call from the IHSOSA to All Great IHS Alumni as the Hall Project is time bound and due for completion by February 2018 so it doesn’t incur rising inflation costs, further expenses etc.
Greats, Our Dear Ikeja High School needs us at this crucial time as giving back and contributing to make meaningful difference to our alma mater is at the core and one of the primary main objectives of our Great Association
Please no amount is small. As we have read from the IHSOSA post, N1Million is possible and happens when 10people give N100,000each or 50people give N20,000 each or 25people give N40,000 each or 20 people give N50,000 each or 100people give N10,000 each and so on.
Please make your donations to IHS 97 Association Account below and tag your payments/ narration as ‘IHS Hall Project’
IKEJA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS 97 ASSOCIATION
0081499873
DIAMOND BANK
Greats, thank you for your interests and committment. We appeal that the contributions to give back to our Ikeja High School begin
The strength of our Ikeja High School is manifested in the solidity of the Alumni.
IHS binds all of us. IHS needs Us at this defining moment
Let us stand to be counted and make a difference in the lives of the current and future students and generations to come by contributing generously IHSOSA School Auditorium Project and a solid legacy
Let’s make a difference!
Thank you very much and God Bless, Replenish and Keep Us All. Amen

Proposed Project Design (Exterior) IHSOSA IHS @ 40 Anniversary School Hall Project

God Bless Ikeja High School
And All Who Pass Through Her
 
Keji Oluwadare
Secretary General
For: IHS Class of ’97 Association EXCO

IKEJA HIGH SCHOOL OLD STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (IHSOSA) AUDITORIUM PROJECT UPDATE NEWSLETTER 2017 – JANUARY 2018

Greatest IHS Class of ’97

Great Leaders, Great Fathers and Mothers of Today, Visioners, Achievers, Great Minds

Trust we are doing great, work, family and all is going well. Many Thanks for your support.
Further to previous posts on the IHSOSA-IHS @40 School Hall Project, please see below detailed memo for our reading attention and necessary action from our umbrella body, Ikeja High School Old Students’ Association (IHSOSA) on the IHS School Hall Project and passionate appeal for funds and financial contributions to give back towards the completion of the School Hall Project as a Unified One to our alma mater, Ikeja High School that first gave to us.

Thank you

Keji Oluwadare
Secretary General

For: IHS Class of ’97 Association EXCO

Memorandum

IKEJA HIGH SCHOOL OLD STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (IHSOSA) AUDITORIUM PROJECT UPDATE NEWSLETTER 2017 – JANUARY 2018

To Be Circulated Across

To All IHS Set Representatives

To All The Different IHS Set Chapters Media Forums, Whatsapp Chat Groups etc

COMMEMORATING IHS AT 40 YEARS

Dear IHS Alumnus,

A Happy and Prosperous New Year to You All.

Ikeja High School was 40 years on October 3rd, 2017!

A school that we “all once passed through”, that offered “high morals and academic work” and spurred us to become great leaders of today excelling in different fields and spheres of endeavour all around the World. God Bless Ikeja High School.

To commemorate the 40th Anniversary, the Alumni association was contacted by the school and in the end, the School Auditorium Project was unanimously agreed as an excellent choice amongst many other project/gift options. We were motivated by the obvious far reaching benefits of an auditorium especially for the students who have endured several years of unfavourable weather conditions to attend/hold educational programmes and activities.

After all efforts were made to set up committees and gather support/donations, the Ground Breaking/Unveiling Ceremony was eventually held on the 7th of October, 2017. However, the project pace has been quite slow due to financial constraints which led to frequent shifts in completion timelines.

Project completion delivery was initially scheduled for October 2017, then moved to November 2017, then December 2017 and now February 2018.

This is a Clarion Call to all IHS Alumni in Nigeria and Diaspora to Unite and Support the School Auditorium Project!

PROJECT SUMMARY AND MILESTONES

Project Type: Extensive Renovation/Remodelling and Conversion

Project Funding: Set Levy of N1million per IHS Set

Project Cost & Estimate: N7million

Amount Disbursed to Project/Building Contractor for 1st Phase: N2.6m

Project Balance: N4.5m (excluding accessories and fittings)

Project Delivery and Completion Date: February 2018

Project Phases and Timelines

Budget: N7,007,187.85

Phase      %                Amount

1         45.0      N3,153,865.18

2         35.3      N2,475,008.82

3         17.2      N1,203,134.15

4          2.5        N175,179.70

Phase      Delivery (Weeks)

1              3

2              2

3              2

4               –

Phase 4 Represents Retention 6 Months After Completion

ACCESSORIES AND FITTINGS

The following items have been listed here to be received as donations to the School Auditorium Project;

– 8units 2HP Split Air Conditioning Sets

– 1 Modern Multi Media/projector, Manually operated 6ft wide Sreen and projector

– 250 Hall chairs, no armrests

– 1 Public Address System: With 2 wireless microphones, Body pack transmitter, main unit, USB port and SD/MMC card slot

– 10 OX Industrial Standing Fans (20 inches)

PROJECT FUNDING

The IHS Set Levy of N1million per Set – The Project Committee is making a passionate appeal to all the different sets to expedite action on their set levies. We thank all sets that have sent in part of their levy and make a passionate appeal for other sets to follow suit to mobilize more funds for the 2nd Phase of the project which is critical so the project does not drag.

=N=1Million happens when 10people give N100,000each or 50people give N20,000 each or 25people give N40,000 each or 20 people give N50,000 each or 100people give N10,000 each and so on.

PROJECT KICK OFF

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a step…

Construction and remodelling work started on the 3rd of January 2018 (see photos below).

In the first Phase, the following were achieved:

– Extensive masonry work covering restructuring and plastering, stage casting

– Electrical wiring

– Plumbing (piping)

– Burglary proofs

– Window frames

The 2nd Phase was to have kicked off on the 21st of January. This is a critical phase of the project for which funds are not available as we write.

Although, the pace has been quite slow, we are committed and determined to deliver this project in full!

THE SIGNIFICANCE AND VALUE OF GIVING BACK

Giving Back is one of life’s important values as it helps sustain a cycle of growth and development. We are familiar with and may have engaged in various “community give back projects” as it guarantees leaving a befitting legacy of better opportunities for the upcoming generations.

THE RESPONSIBILITY TO GIVE BACK TO OUR GREAT IKEJA HIGH SCHOOL
Alumni play a large role in determining the future and continued development of an institution because you are also helping the current students and future leaders gain valuable quality education.

Ikeja High School offered us all more than what obtained in any average public secondary school at those times as we gained so much more than just an education from our high school, therefore we owe it a duty and responsibility to give back and return a favour to an institution that provided the bedrock of our overall development and contributed to the success that we have achieved in life.

APPRECIATION AND APPEAL FOR FUNDS
The IHSOSA Project Committee appreciates the efforts of every Alumni for their contributions and support in cash and kind and also the different IHS Sets chapters that have made contributions and makes a passionate appeal to all the different IHS Sets to mobilize more funds per their set levy which is desperately needed to get the School Auditorium Project completed by February 2018. May we all be blessed bountifully.

Ask your Set Representative (IHSOSA 1997 Set Rep – Mrs. Keji Oluwadare) should you have further enquiries.

Together We Can. Thank you very much.

God Bless Ikeja High School
And All Who Pass Through Her

IHS @ 40…Commemorating 40 Years of Leadership & Greatness

From: Ikeja High School Old Students’ Association (IHSOSA) Project Committee

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 GREAT IHS CLASS OF ’97!

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 GREAT IHS CLASS OF ’97!

Keji Oluwadare
Secretary General

For: IHS Class of ’97 Association EXCO