Entries by Bifoba

NA Solar Power Project Contributors (Contributions Later Used for Musical Instruments for BFHS)

Timestamp First Name Last Name Amount Donated (in $) Donation Date State/Province Country 12/15/2010  Foluso Adeyemi 500  12/15/2010 Maryland United States 3/26/2011  Dr. Olumide Aderoba 500 3/26/2011 Tennessee United States 4/15/2011  Olar Goodwyne-Onibudo 250 4/15/2011 Texas United States 4/25/2011  Anthony Laguda 250 4/25/2011 Minnesota United States 5/5/2011  Dr.Adeyemi Adekoya 250 5/5/2011 Virginia United States  $450:00 […]

35.1 Million Naira Raised Towards BFHS Auditorium

BIFOBA (HEADQUARTERS) NIGERIA, in an exciting, well attended and fun-filled Homecoming/Thanksgiving Dinner on Saturday, 27th April 2013, raised an approximate sum of N35.1 Million (Thirty-five Million, One Hundred Thousand Naira Approx) towards the Multi Purpose Hall Project planned for our Alma Mater, while also conferring BIFOBA’s Highest Honours on 4 Distinguished Old Boys. More details […]

My Seven-Year Period

BIRCH FREEMAN HIGH SCHOOL OLD BOYS’ ASSOCIATION Motto: Trained for duty and for thee… Website: www.bifoba.com Dear Freemen, My seven-year period as the general secretary (NA chapter) had been a rewarding, enjoyable, and challenging experience. I found all my academic background put to good use and the freedom to innovate (which you great freemen across […]

Thomas Birch Freeman (1809-1890)

THE MAN: THOMAS BIRCH FREEMAN (1809 – 1890) Thomas Birch Freeman (December 6, 1809 – August 12, 1890) was a missionary of Anglo- African descent who established the Methodist Church on a firm footing in the Gold Coast and extended its work to Lagos and Badagry, in Nigeria. He was born in 1809 in Twyford, […]

Uk Chapter Takes Off in a Grand Style

UK Chapter Takes off in a Grand Style in March 2012 The meeting started with the singing of the school’s hymn, and Mr. Adekunle Afuwape lead the opening Prayer. It was agreed that based on seniority, Mr. Oduwole of the 1978 set should chair the meeting. The history of the school was the initial point […]