Construction of Multi-Purpose BFHS Auditorium

On February 6, 2015, BFHS will be celebrating its 55 Founder’s Day Anniversary. According to Mr. Feyi Dinyo, BIFOBA national president, the national headquarter is planning to combine the 2015 Homecoming with the school’s 55th anniversary and using the occasion of the combine events to officially commission the Multi-purpose School Auditorium, currently under construction.

As a way of getting all Old Boys involved in this laudable project, BIFOBA president said that all Class sets are expected to reach their members both at home and abroad and get their individual commitments towards the realization of the dream Auditorium for BFHS. The president said, “I am certain that no true Old Boy of our Alma Mater will allow the opportunity to be part of this project passes him by”.

BIFOBA president also announced the new slogan for the association as well as for the school:  Birch Freeman is changing and BIFOBA is moving ahead

In addition, as Lagos State Commissioner of Education, Mrs. Olayinka Oladunjoye, promised during 2014 Homecoming,  Lagos State government has begun at BFHS the constructions of the following projects:

  1. The foundation for the construction of  a modern 19-classroom building for BFHS Junior School
  2. The fencing of BFHS compound

New Building for  BFHS Junior School

BFHS Junior School Will Soon Have A Building Like This

Students of BFHS Junior School will soon be smiling, as construction of a new 19-classroom building will soon start to replace their current dilapidated classrooms. According to the report from Mr. Feyisola Dinyo (BIFOBA President), during 2014 Annual Homecoming, (an event that took place for the very first time on the school’s premises and in the Ultra Modern Auditorium [under construction]), Gov. Babatunde Fashola, through his Commissioner of Education and other State dignitaries, expressed his appreciation for the complementing role of BIFOBA and efforts of Old Boys world wide in the development of BFHS. The Commissioner of Education, Mrs. Olayinka Oladunjoye, on behalf of Gov. Babatunde Fashola, announced the following:

  1. The award of a contract of a new 19-classroom building for BFHS Junior School
  2. The award of a contract to fence the undisputed portion of the school land

BIFOBA President also informed Old Boys that Birch Freeman High School now has a new principal: Mr. T.O. Adeosun 

North America Chapter shipped one thousand (1000) Dictionaries/Gazetteers to Birch Freeman High School Students for the 2014-2015 School Year in honor of Late Mr. David Tunde Lowo.

Also, Mr. Alli Oseni donated updated editions of complete books of Encyclopedia ( A to Z) to the school's library for academic reference. The shipment of the books to BFHS is already on the way: Thanks to Mr. Francis Van-Lare

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BIFOBA Constitution

I just read an email circulated by Mr Foluso Adeyemi quoting section 17.1 giving Exco right to create the league of awardees . Do not be misguided .The section in reference is to accord honorary BIFOBA membership to non old students who have been patrons of the old boys or the school.The league of awardees is an illegal contraption not in the constitution which is an attempt to create a different class of membership in the old boys association as they have in the Nigerian Bar Association having…

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A good plan is only as important as the willingness to execute it. Since Independence in 1960, successive administrations have paid little attention to the poor. Government has played the role of Robin Hood, unfortunately though in reverse: they have taken from the poor to subsidise and sustain the rich. I urge the Federal Government to reverse that role and play the real Robin Hood, and now take from the rich and give to the poor. This simply means that they must ensure that the rich make the…

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year-Francis Van-Lare

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and I am looking forward to a 2013 with serious commitments from all stake holders to focus more on the student life, studying environment (especially junior school) . Nothing wrong in aiming at a bigger project but let's not forget the little things. For all leaders from set captain /chairman, Chapter Executive and National Executive, Accountability , Transparency , Rule of Law and accommodation of dissenting views should be imbibed in our management culture…

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  • Olumide, Why did you delete your comments on this page and even all your postings and comments on the NA chapter's page?
  • Our website does not have "dos and don'ts"; this is one of the most simplest websites I have ever seen to navigate. The HTML links (to global social media, images, internet websites, etc) on this page has been taken out, but still remain on most of our other network pages.
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    • As for the tutorial section, I believe I discussed with you sometime ago that we are contemplating on creating a "Welcome Center" page to be well placed on the top corner of the "Home page". This Welcome Center would be great for guiding members through the features offered on our great website network and for making members feel at home. But preparing the guidelines takes a lot of work. If we have the time we will do it. But generally speaking, there's nothing difficult in navigating the site.If you guys cannot navigate all these simple features now, what about when we added these additional features/pages: chat, video, profile, event calendar and more. Finally, just for the sake of gossiping, we would not have our "Slide Photo Album" page again. Thanks!

    • If you want to create discussions in the forum, go to the Forum listing tag on top of the site and click it, or go to the forum page on the Home page and click "Read more" link of any of the current discussions. That takes you to the forum page. On forum page, click on the “+” button on the top right corner. You’ll see a page where you can add a title, your discussion content, and tags to help people find your discussion afterwards. After you've added all your discussion content, click "Publish" on the bottom of the page. You can even add embedded videos or images. All members can contribute discussions and anyone can read. And it is the same steps for the blogs, articles, photos, and all other pages where members can directly contribute. This is as easy as ABC. The point is you guys do not attempt to try to navigate the site at all, and that is very surprising. Thank you!
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    • Dear Olumide,

      This page is meant for comments not a discussion forum nor blogs. If we want to start a discussion on issues that are related to our school, our association and us, we should write our discussion prose and post it on a forum page: It is a great place to discuss news related to our network, share experiences, and voice our opinions. This "comment" page is strictly created for short comments on issues that are related to our association, to our school, and to us (the alumni). As for videos and links on this page, we should  post  videos or connect links that support our comments or our respond to comments about BIFOBA, about BFHS, and about us. When posting a video or a link, we should try to fill out the "Link Text": the link text column is where we fill out the name/title for the link or video.
      Thank you!

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  • Mr. Babatunde Omowaye, if you will like to advertise your business on this site, please contact the administrator. Thank you.

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  • Notice of September 2014 BIFOBA'93 General Meeting
    Kindly attend BIFOBA General Meeting for this month, holding on Sunday 22nd September 2014.
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First Ever BFHS Valedictory Ceremony

First Ever BFHS Valedictory Ceremony

2014 BFHS Graduates in Group Photography                          

The first ever valedictory/graduation ceremony, with deep involvement of BIFOBA, took place in the school’s Multi Purpose Auditorium (still under construction) recently. Present at the valedictory ceremony: Mr. Feyisola Dinyo (BIFOBA president), Barr. Kingsley Essien (Vice-president School Affairs), principals (BFHS Senior&…

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Proposed Educational  Initiative for BFHS by David Tunde Lowo

Proposed Initiative to Improve Academic Standards and Resources at BFHS: From -D ---- to---- A++

A Springboard to help Birch Freeman High School Students Realize their Educational Aspirations and Goals

This will be a Test Pilot Program that can be implemented within a 3-month…

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Memphis 2014

Memphis 2014: NA Reunion's Report 

On Friday, July 18 through Sunday, July 20, 2014, (BIFOBA) North America chapter organized the seventh alumni reunion in Memphis, Tennessee. The event was held at Homewood Suite, Hilton Hotel in Memphis. Alumni, families and friends across North America gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of the past, review the present, and look toward the successful future for the chapter and BIFOBA as a whole.

On Friday of the event, members started arriving at the venue as early as 8 am. By 2 pm, members already gathered in the hall of the venue,…

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Alumnus: Prof. Wasiu Adeshola Muse

Prof. Wasiu Adeshola Muse

Professor W. A. Muse was born in 1952 in Olowogbowo area of Lagos, Lagos State. He is married with children. He attended Birch Freeman High School, Surulere between 1966 and 1971 and St Gregorys College, Obalende, Lagos between 1972 and 1973. He was in Obafemi Awolowo…

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Richard Rokan Adekola: A Proud Alumnus

Featured Alumnus: Richard Olorunrokan Adekola (Aka: Dking Rokan)

Richard Olorunrokan Adekola is a proud alumnus of Birch Freeman High School. Dking Rokan, as popularly known, was born in Iboropa Akoko in Ondo State to the Adekola Royal Family…

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