Gbaja Girls Triumph at Paroche Reach-Out Foundation’s Colormeright Competition

In the heart of Lagos, Nigeria, Gbaja Girls Senior Secondary School emerged as the radiant champions of the 4th edition of the Colormeright Competition, organized by the esteemed Paroche Reach-Out Foundation. Led by the visionary Tutor General/Permanent Secretary of Education District IV, Mr. Olusegun Osinaike, the Blooming District rejoiced as the talented students showcased their exceptional abilities.
The Tutor-General/Permanent Secretary- Education District IV. Mr. Olusegun Osinaike. flanked by the victorious students of Gbaja Girls who triumphed at the Paroche Reach-Out Foundation’s Colormeright Competition.

In the heart of Lagos, Nigeria, Gbaja Girls Senior Secondary School emerged as the radiant champions of the 4th edition of the Colormeright Competition, organized by the esteemed Paroche Reach-Out Foundation. Led by the visionary Tutor General/Permanent Secretary of Education District IV, Mr. Olusegun Osinaike, the Blooming District rejoiced as the talented students showcased their exceptional abilities.

With the competition’s theme, “Speak out against illicit drugs,” Gbaja Girls captivated the audience with a mesmerizing cultural dance and a heartfelt poetry performance. Their artistry and creativity resonated deeply, leaving an indelible mark on the competition. As a testament to their remarkable achievement, the school was bestowed with the grand prize of 200,000 naira, a symbol of their triumph and dedication.

Paroche Reach-Out Foundation, a beacon of hope, stands as a non-governmental and non-profit organization, tirelessly working to enlighten young minds about the perils of substance abuse and addiction. Their unwavering commitment to eradicating social vices and fostering an environment free from harmful influences aligns perfectly with the spirit of the Colormeright Competition.

In a heartfelt address, Mr. Osinaike expressed his profound admiration for the students’ accomplishments, urging them to continue their relentless pursuit of excellence. He imparted a profound wisdom, reminding them that the fruit of hard work is more work. With open arms, he embraced and encouraged the students, reaffirming his unwavering commitment to ensuring that Education District IV remains an unwavering beacon of academic prowess, consistently excelling in every arena of competition.

The Colormeright Competition serves as a vibrant platform for students to express their unique perspectives on the competition’s theme through diverse art forms. Paintings, sculptures, collages, music, dance, and drama come alive, transforming the event into a celebration of artistic talent and a poignant reminder of the urgent need to combat substance abuse.

Mr. Osinaike’s words of exaltation and encouragement reverberated through the hearts of the Gbaja Girls Senior Secondary School students, solidifying the District’s unwavering support for their dreams and aspirations. This resounding victory stands as a testament to the District’s unwavering commitment to fostering academic and artistic excellence. Education District IV basks in the glory of this triumph, reaffirming its status as a powerhouse of intellectual and creative achievements.

 

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