As primary and secondary school pupils in Oyo State continue to attend classes amidst the terrifying Covid-19, a royal family, Arulogun has donated releif materials to schools in Arulogun town of the state to cusion the pandemic.
The releif materials included; hand sanitizers, face masks, buckets, amongst others.
This, was to support the efforts of the state government in ensuring the safety of the pupils while in schools at this trying time.
The family, led by Mogaji Arulogun and the jagun Balogun of Ibadan, Chief Monsur Arulogun expressed worry over the damaging effect of the novel virus, expressing fear that students might fall victim of the effect.
The Arulogun family also sentitised the pupils on the need to stay safe and stricly adhere to government’s NCDC’s directives on Covid-19 by washing their hands, using face masks and maintaining social distancing.
While speaking to Journalists, Chief Mosur said “The Arulogun family did this in order to support the government. Government cannot do it alone. A way of appreciate Oyo State government is to join hands with Seyi Makinde administration to fight Covid-19.
“Schools have resumed in Oyo State and we want to ensure that the students are safe in line with Government efforts. This will not be the last from the Arulogun family. We will to more to
support the Government,” he added.
During the visit, scores of pupils were surprised that a host community could extend such gesture, especially in a trickled- down economy situation.
Other family members who participated in the tour were; Chief Timothy Oluyombo Arulogun, Baale-elect, Arulogun 1 and Chief Lawal Taofeq Arulogun Baale-elect arulogun oja town and a host of others.