Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the founder and presiding General Overseer of Christ Embassy has at a time revealed he was on a mission of building a learning field for the poor masses. Recently, the cleric has successfully gotten through with his mission as he successfully commission the tuition free school in Ogun state, Nigeria.
Apart from being a tuition free school, there are other good things which poses as a benefit the cleric placed on the students who successfully register in the school.
1. Free afternoon school meals
2. Free quality education
3. Free books
4. Free school uniforms.
The said commissioned school is located at Shimawa in Ogun state. It was recorded that the cleric has been into the mission of creating educational opportunities for the poor masses. Here are photos:
A pictorial representation of the school structure.
This pictorial concept denotes the giving of gifts to children during the launching ceremony of the school.
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