By _ Babatunde Kaka
- Mr Pius Ikuseyidunmi until his death was the 2019 Best School Administrator (Junior Category) in Nigeria.
The Tutor-General and Permanent Secretary of Education District III in Lagos State Dr Mrs Olufolayimika Ayandele, has paid a condolence visit to the family of Late Mr Pius Ikuseyidunmi.
As gathered by Eko Hot Blog, Dr Ayandele visited the Ora Estate, Eredo LCDA residence of the deceased on Wednesday 7th July 2021, where she conveyed her condolence message to the bereaved wife, children and other members of the family.
During the condolence visit, which was crawling with numerous sympathizers, Dr Ayandele emphasised the immense and immeasurable contributions of the multiple award-winning teacher and seasoned administrator towards the development of education in Lagos State.
The Permanent Secretary described the demise of Mr Pius Ikuseyidunmi, the Principal of Lagos State Government College, Ketu, Epe, as a colossal loss to the Education District III. She prayed to God to grant the family the fortitude to bear the heart-wrenching loss.
Mr Pius Ikuseyidunmi until his death was the 2019 Best School Administrator (Junior Category) in Nigeria. He clinched the Federal Government award under the Presidential Teachers and Schools Excellence Awards, PTSEA.
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The late educationist and seasoned administrator was recently presented with a two-bedroom apartment by the Governor of Lagos State, His Excellency, Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu.
Ekohotblog gathered that Dr Olufolayimika Ayandele was accompanied by Epe ANCOPSS (All Nigerian Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools) Chairperson, Mrs Jonah OB, the Secretary, Mr Osinaike OO and the Auditor, Mrs Oluwo OO. Others are officials of the School Support Unit, Epe Zonal Office, such as the Director, Mr Oso JI, Mrs Enaturu HO and Mrs Kehinde OO
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