The Owa of Igbajo, Oba Olufemi Fasade, has urged wealthy individuals within the society to help the downtrodden.
Fasade spoke at the Igbajo Polytechnic, Igbajo, when a philanthropist, Mr. Tomiwa Oyebolu, donated 20 computers to the community owned institution, on Wednesday.
Chairman, Igbajo Polytechnic Board of Trustees, Chief Olajide Oyewole, lauded Oyebolu for his gesture, saying the society would be better if wealthy individuals helped the less privileged.
Spokesperson for the board of trustees, Chief Tunde Omikunle, put the worth of the computers at N2m just as he said the donor also gave the polytechnic inverters worth N2m.
Omikunle explained that some wealthy Igbajo indigenes, who included a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Gboyega Awomolo, have donated buildings to the institution.
He said, 'Little drops of water make an ocean. The concept of Igbajo Polytechnic is quality education rooted in self discovery and human development. Igbajo is a group of people who are deepening and redefining the essence of man.
Igbajo has a rich socio-cultural heritage and an immense potential for human development in terms of our human capacity and material resources.'