The acting Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, paid a visit to his alma mater, Anglican Comprehensive High School, Ipaja, Lagos, formerly known as Awori Comprehensive High School.
A statement on Sunday disclosed that the acting IG, a part of the 1979 set, visited the school in his capacity as the Chairman of the Planning Committee for the 50th anniversary of the school.
The media consultant to the old students’ association, Tunji Oguntuase, said Egbetokun commended the Anglican Communion and the school management for keeping to the Anglican tradition of excellence.
It added that the IG promised to make contacts by calling on friends and other people to support the school for a massive turnaround in the area of infrastructure.
The National President of the association, Revd. Femi Lapite, also thanked all members of the management and assured the institution of continuous support as indicated by the IG.
The Executive Secretary of Lagos Anglican School’s Management Board, The Ven. Dr. Ayo Olusa, expressed gratitude to the IG and the entire executive members of the old students’ association for their support and concerns.
The Principal of the school, Ven. Joseph Adediji, expressed delight at the visit of one of the old boys and enjoined others to support the school in its developmental drive.