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Huge Appreciation: Tosin Writes..


Over the years, we have got ourselves a bunch of committed friends who have stood so firmly by us, supporting our every cause... they have been hugely amazing, to say the least. 

And, while, the road has not been smooth...these friends, have been God-sent to make our journey exciting and impacting. God bless you SO much...Special Appreciation to Don McBurney for every cash donation and educational items you have extended to kids who may never be able to pay you back. A Class Act, you truly are. Thank you.

To, Madame Tolulope Ochonogor. I really don't know where to start are such an angel. May God reward you, bountifully. I remember those days in Infosoft(2006-8), when you would encourage me to pursue my dream...especially those days, when software programming wasn't making ANY sense to me any more!! LOL. Thank you, always, Tolu. Thank you for your numerous support and donation to youth causes. You are amazing, Really. May God bless you in unique ways..Amen.

To Funmi Faloju. I always thought i was good at youth-work and volunteerism, until i met you...YOU are simply exceptional. And, your impact speaks volume despite your busy schedules in Bank, you still got time to teach High School students mathematics, every week! Mentoring and Coaching them. WOW!. May God bless your soul, richly. Thank you for supporting RSN. Loads of love, sister.

Huge appreciation always to Our Wonderful, Generous, Kind-hearted Sponsors (2013) & Friends... Tina Utoro, Ofunneka Amanda Anyanwu-nee Molokwu, Joke Kujenya, Dr. Akinlade, Olufemi Bolorunde, Victoria A. Olowoyeye, Tobby Olowoyeye, Tolulope Onifade Babatunde, Olayemmy Olaleye, Olori Oyindamola Sulle, Teslim Osagie, Olajumoke Juliet Idowu, Oyebisi Babatunde Oluseyi, Adura So, Julia Seyi Pedro, Temitope Daniel Adeoye, Funmi Fadare, Usman Imanah, Layhomeh Olabode, Obazee Efosa, Mary Birn, Odewale Olaniyi, Victor Makinsin Junior, Oloketuyi Toyin, Myne Whitman, Agatha Fältström, Dolapo Oyefeso, Olufemi Omotayo, Okeowo Adebayo, Temitope Obayendo, Toroti Umuerri, Olayinka Tosin, Deborah Osazuwa, Uzezi Ekere Adesite, Bola Sonusi, Omolara Mistura Bankole, Kundan Kumar, Ayodele Olowookere, Oluwatoyin Busari Akinwunmi, Adedamoye, Esther Ijewere Kalejaiye, Emmanuel Isibor, Kanmi, Ben, Mrs. Jumoke Oyebanji...I wish I could go on and on with the! We truly are stronger when we stand together. Thank you for giving... thank you for love shown... we are hoping to work again with you in the coming years... thank you for the kids. 

Tobi, an undergraduate of OAU and beneficiary of GCE sponsorship scheme sends his regards and appreciation to all.

Kindest Regards,

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