Generous school owner shares palliatives to parents, pays full salaries

Generous school owner shares palliatives to parents, pays full salaries

- The proprietor of Charlie Marie Group of Schools in Ogun state, Evangelist Adekunbi Akin-Taylor, has given palliatives to both parents of children and workers in her school

- Despite the fact so many schools are struggling to pay their teachers, she paid her workers in full in March and some parts in April and May

- Contained in the relief packages she gave the parents are beans, garri, indomie among other goodies

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Evangelist Adekunbi Akin-Taylor, the owner of Charlie Marie Group of Schools, Likosi in Sagamu, Ogun state, has lightened the burden of many parents.

The proprietor gave out palliatives to 27 of her workers and 100 parents whose children are in her students, she told The Nation.

“I gave all members of staff food palliatives - gari, rice and beans. They were appreciative. My first daughter sponsored the April food palliative; while my other daughter sponsored same for May.

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“I did extend palliatives to all parents. I know how hard it will be on them, especially feeding the children. Most of them were struggling to make ends meet even before lockdown,” she said.

She said that some of her students come to school really hungry and giving out the relief materials was her own way of contributing to their parents' welfare in this trying time.

A collage of the proprietor and the parents who got the packages. Photo source: The Nation

A collage of the proprietor and the parents who got the packages. Photo source: The Nation
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It should be noted that each package contained rice, beans, indomie, oil, salt, biscuit, sweet, and garri.

She said she paid her workers full salary in March and 60% and 70% respectively in April and May respectively.

Olajumoke Amos, a parent, thanked the proprietor for taking care of their needs, saying that despite the fact the woman is not in the country, she still extended her love to them.

Akin-Taylor has not been able to take her school’s learning online because she said parents cannot afford it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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