Chrisland Schools supports Ikota Primary School with new toilet facilities


In a significant move to improve hygiene and the learning environment, Chrisland Schools Limited has donated a newly constructed block of toilets and hand wash areas to Ikota Primary School.

This initiative is part of the Lagos State Government’s ‘Save Our Schools’ campaign, which aims to enhance educational infrastructure.

During the commissioning ceremony, Mrs. Ibironke Adeyemi, Managing Director of Chrisland Schools, announced plans to renovate the school’s existing dilapidated toilets.

“We had come here before to give some talks and palliatives. We also asked the school what they needed and they told us they needed toilets. We also saw that there is an old toilet; we will renovate it to a very high standard and after that we will be taking on the projects one after the other,” she stated.

Previous Initiatives and Ongoing Efforts

Highlighting Chrisland’s commitment to community support, Mrs. Adeyemi recalled past initiatives where the school provided health and safeguarding talks and distributed palliatives to local communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. This support extended to communities in Idimu (Lagos) and Owo in Ondo State.

The chairman of Chrisland Schools’ Advisory Board, Barrister Ike Ofuokwu, emphasized the school’s dedication to ongoing support.

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“We weren’t impressed when we came here to give palliatives and we realised that the school does not have a befitting toilet. We asked ourselves how do our children enjoy the best facilities while children here do not have good toilets? That answer was our motivating factor.”

High Chief Mrs. Winifred Awosika, Chairman and Founder of Chrisland Schools Limited, expressed gratitude to the board of trustees and the school management for their efforts in making the project a reality.

She also thanked the management of Ikota Primary School for allowing Chrisland to be of service.


Responding on behalf of the learners at Ikota Primary School, the head girl, Charis Chukwujama, expressed gratitude to the Chrisland Schools management, promising that the students will use the facilities responsibly.

Mrs. Okusaga Abimbola Oluwakemi, Head of Ikota Primary School, assured that the new facilities will be well-maintained and put to good use.

Government commends Chrisland

The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, Mr. Bolaji Abayomi, appreciated Chrisland Schools for complementing the state government’s efforts.

He urged the students, educators, and community members to take ownership of the new facilities and maintain them properly.

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The Chairman of the Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) also appreciated the chairman and management of Chrisland Schools for the facility that seeks to enhance hygienic practices among the pupils and promote a conducive learning environment. He described infrastructural development as a collective responsibility.

Teachers, learners praised

An actor and songwriter, Mr. Okechukwu Maduanusi, who was a guest at the event, commended the great skills exhibited by the learners, giving credit to their teachers and facilitators.

Maduanusi, who is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Arts Universe Production, stated, “Whoever the teachers or facilitators behind what the learners have displayed are very good. While people may focus on the entertainment aspect of what is being displayed, we look at the craftsmanship behind the scenes.”

Chrisland Schools’ commitment to community support and education continues to shine, positively impacting the lives of many learners and setting a benchmark for others to follow.

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