The ancient town of Owo in Ondo State was on Sunday agog with the grand finale of the sixtieth anniversary of Owo high school .

At the event, eulogies poured in for the late former governor and sage , Chief Adekunle Ajasin who established the school in 1963.

A senior advocate of Nigeria who was an old student, chief Oladipo Okpeseyi in a keynote address recognised the immense commitment of the late governor to providing the veritable platform for education development.

Also , the national president of the old Students Association , Dr Folusho Falaye appreciated Chief Ajasin’s legacies of discipline and moral standard.

He encouraged the alumni members and stakeholders to continue to support the school.

The Special Guest on the occasion and the state commissioner for information , Dr Bamidele Ademola-Olateju who expressed government’s commitment to solid education appreciated the old Students for giving back to their Alma mater

In attendance were son of the late governor, Chief Tokunbo Ajasin, the school Principal Mr Alaba George, PRO of the old students, Mr Samuel Aladetuyi and representative of Olowo of Owo, Oba Ajibade Gbadegesin-Ogunoye

Highpoints of the event included symposium, awards and fund-raising for the school .

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