Nollywood actor, Chris Bassey, recently gave his Alma-Ata a surprise after 16 years since he graduated from the school.

Nollywood actor, Chris Bassey, recently gave his Alma-Ata a surprise after 16 years since he graduated from the school.

Nollywood actor, Chris Bassey, recently gave his Alma-Ata a surprise after 16 years since he graduated from the school.

The actor who had his secondary school education at Oke-Ira Junior Grammar School, Lagos, returned to the school to help out in what he knows they were lacking.

Bassey donated a bore hole machine, toiletries and consumable items to the school as his little quota after having a successful career.

The actor while giving out the items disclosed to Nigeriafilms.com that it was the school that helped groomed him into who he is today and contributing the little item will go a long way in giving hope to the school.

He also added that once a while, it is good for successful people to always remember their schools by contributing little quota to the next generation attending the school to show that they don’t have to wait for the government before things are done.


 

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