Outcome of the expanded EXCO meeting held today Sunday 25th march 2018 at 100 Brickfield road EB lagos. The meeting commenced at 2:10 pm with an opening prayer offered by Ekorian Yomi Agboola (BODAS 70 set). A minute silence was observed in honour of our departed President Emeritus Ekorian Idowu Sofola,followed by the 2nd stanza of the school song.Ekorian Kola Ibirogba, President BODAS 70 reported about the outcome of the role played by Ekorians at the funeral of our departed president at Ikenne. He stated that despite the short notice, Ekorians present were more than 30 and played active role to the delight of the family and others present.
I have been following the sequence of the School programme designed by the highly respected Old Boys Association.
However, I will like to suggest to my Alma matter of EBHS that strategies which might be considered.
(1.) As EBHS is looking forward to become a trust institution. There are Education funding trusts who are more committed to the progress of education, these are:
(a) British Nigeria Education Trust
(b) British National Council
(c) Education Trust Fund of Nigeria
(d) Wellcome Trust
Voice Your Opinion In The Forum Section.
MINUTES OF EKOBA (EUROPE) MEETING HELD ON THE SATURDAY 31ST JULY 2010
Attendees: Chief Idowu Sofola (SAN MON), Chief Clement Dasilva, Samuel Odusina, Victor Opayemi, Adetola Shonubi, Oladapo Aiyetigbo, Adetunji Taiwo, Michael Famakinwa, Adunola, Showemimo, Ekpele Dike, Bola Kareem, Adegbenga Shonubi, Bolaji Ojutalayo.
Minute taker: Adekunle Odetola
There is an urgent need to rescue Eko Boys High School (EBHS) from the present decay. The school has suffered huge neglect since the forceful take over of all schools in 1979 by former governor of Lagos State, Alhaji Lateef Jakande. To return EBHS back to its glorious past and meet the vision of its founder, Late Reverend Euba, there is an urgent need for the Old Boys to take urgent action.
To return the school to its previous enviable position before government control, EBHS need to be independent of government control. Like other schools returned to their previous owners by Lagos state government, EBHS need to be independent of government control hence the need to return the school back to its previous owner. As there is no particular individual or organisation that the school can be returned to, there is a need to set up a charitable trust to achieve this goal. A charitable trust needs to be set by the Old Boys that will take over the running of the school.