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  1. Mr. Olalekan Awolaru – 1982 chairman
  2. Mrs. Morenike Owatemi – 1995
  3. Mr. Ibrahim Agava – 1992
  4. Mrs. Bridget Taremotimi – 1991 Secretary
  5. Mr. Alex Sunday Odita – 1982
  6. Mr. Kenneth Obi – 1983
  7. Mr. Oluwafemi Oladokun – 2007

Terms of Reference | Scholarship

The terms of reference of the scholarship committee are:

  1. To set up and manage a scholarship board for IHSOSA.
  2. To provide financial support to HIS students.

Types of Scholarship:

  1. Best Student in Academic studies
  2. Best student in vocational skill
  3. Leadership award
  4. Essay Competition – First 3 students both in Junior and Senior form
  5. Best inclusive student
  6. Individual/chapter sponsorship award

Source of Funding: individual set and chapter contribution

Eligibility: Must be a final year student of either Junior or Senior form i.e. JSS3/SSS3 and must be a Bonafide student.

Selection Criteria: To be based on academic achievement.

Amount of Scholarship: 1.2million naira plus complimentary gifts like books, school bags and other necessary items.8

Frequency of Scholarship Awards: Annually

Members List

1. Ochuko Aggreh
2. Ibiyemi Akinkuade
3. Janet Ojo
4. Adebowale Baiye
5. Seyi Kayode
6. Ibukun Jeboda
7. Chekwube Reliance Egbuniwe

Terms of Reference | T&C Building

1. Career day programmes: To help students learn what they want to be by displaying an array of opportunities available to the students in the most appealing way and show them how to succeed in each of them. They offer the students a great opportunity to interact with former students.

2. Leadership development: To help nurture and develop the innate leadership qualities that abound and hone their skills in positioning themselves for greater responsibilities. It is best they prepare themselves early for the many opportunities and challenges that will present themselves as they advance in life.

3. Seminars: To create an interactive platform where they have an opportunity to increase their knowledge base and learn up-to-date skills and competencies to build their individual capacities while relating with former students and leveraging on their expertise and experiences.


  1. Mr. Razaq Balogun – 86
  2. Mrs. Adetoun Ogunnaike – 95
  3. Mr. Tunde Oni – North America
  4. Mr. Gbolahan Oshodi – 83
  5. Mr. Babajide Fadiya – 86
  6. Mr. Semiu Bello – 92


  1. Folagbade Azeez (EXCO)
  2. Omolade Okwa (1986)
  3. Victor Ogbaro (EXCO)
  4. Kehinde Oyesomi (1995)
  5. Benjamin Isiakpere (North America)
  6. Shola Keshinro (1986)
  7. Stanley Ochei (1983)


Terms of Reference:

  1. Establish a regular means of communicating with members and sharing the goals and accomplishments of the association.
  2. Manage the association’s social media platform
  3. Manage the association’s website


  1. Mr. Razaq Balogun – 86
  2. Mrs. Adetoun Ogunnaike – 95
  3. Mr. Tunde Oni – North America
  4. Mr. Gbolahan Oshodi – 83
  5. Mr. Babajide Fadiya – 86
  6. Mr. Semiu Bello – 92


  1. Mr Temitayo Akinboro (EXCO)
  2. Mr Victor Ogbaro (1987)
  3. Mrs Chizomam Nwaugbala (1995)
  4. Mrs Julia Ayo-Ajayi (North America)
  5. Mrs Morenikeji Oluwadare (1997)
  6. Mrs Alice Thompson Tokura (1996)
  7. Mr David Dosunmu (1984)


  1. Chief Magistrate Abosede Botoku (1984)
  2. Barrister.James Alara (1995)
  3. Mr Otunba Adenuga Adedayo (1982)
  4. Mr. Harold Dafinone (1983)
  5. Mr. Segun Sorunke (1987) North America.
  6. Mrs. Gbonjunbola Moyede (1987)
  7. Mr. Kayode Oshiyemi Esq (EXCO)

Terms of Reference | Constitution Review

  1. To develop the criteria and process for the establishment of a coherent constitution and by laws for the Association.
  1. To look at the existing constitution with a view to taking out clauses that appear to be irrelevant or inexplicable.
  1. To have broad consultations in arriving at a constitution that will be workable and practicable for everyone.
  1. To propose amendments as may be deemed necessary to the IHSOSA constitution.


  1. Funmi Adegoke (EXCO) Chairman
  2. Busola Jejelowo (1995) Secretary
  3. Aderinola Ojulari (1992)
  4. Deji Oseni (1984)
  5. Damilola Ashaolu (2007)

Terms of Reference | Finance Committee

  1. To provide financial oversight for the Old Students Alumni
  2. The Finance committee is to cover Budget and financial planning
  3. Approve budget within the committee
  4. Monitor adherence to the budget
  5. Set long range financial goals along with funding strategies to achieve them
  6. Develop multi -year operating budgets that integrate strategic plans and initiatives
  7. Where necessary present financial goals and proposals to the board of trustees for approval.
  8. The Finance committee is also to create, approve and update policies that help ensure assets and funds of the alumni are protected.
  9. Ensure policies and procedures for financial transactions are documented in a manual that is revised annually and updated, as necessary.
  10. Ensure approved financial policies and procedures are being followed.
  11. Although the board carries fiduciary responsibility for the School, the finance committees serve a leadership role in this area making sure appropriate internal control procedures are followed.
  12. The finance committee shall also be charged with ensuring compliance and/or developing other policies that protects the Alumni association and manage its exposure to risk.
  • The finance committee shall also be involved in recruiting and selecting an auditor.
  • Review the draft as presented by the auditor.
  • Present the audit report to the board of trustees (if the auditor does not do this).
  • Review the management recommendation letter from the auditor and ensure follow up on issues mention


  1. Mr. Bolu Akiyode (EXCO)
  2. Mr. Babajide Ewuoso (1992)
  3. Mrs Hope Bello (North America)
  4. Mr. Adetoye Aromolaran (1995)
  5. Mr. Chekwube Reliance Egbuniwe (1994)
  6. Mrs. Bridget Taremotimi (1991)


  1. Henry Akiotu (1982)
  2. Ayo Amudipe (1988)
  3. Yinka Falayi
  4. Taiwo Kasali (1983)

Terms of Reference | Audit

The terms of reference of the audit committee are to:

  1. Review Association’s Internal financial controls and procedure
  2. Approve the appointment of External Auditors
  3. Oversee the audit of Association’s books and records
  4. Approve the Internal Audit plan and obtain periodic report of performance
  5. Monitor the Association’s implementation of internal audit recommendations
  6. Review the adequacy of the Association’s policy on an annual basis and obtain Exco approval of any revisions.
  7. Review the annual engagement letter, which includes the fee arrangement. In addition, pre-approve any non-audit services provided by the external auditors before the services are rendered.
  8. Review the Association’s significant accounting and reporting principles, practices and procedures applied in preparing financial statements. In addition, discuss with the external auditors their judgments about the quality of the Association’s accounting principles used in financial reporting.
  9. Review the scope and general extent of the external auditor’s general audit, including the factors considered in determining the audit scope, including the major risk factors. The external auditor should confirm to the committee that no limitations have been placed on the scope or nature of the audit procedures.
  10. Inquire as to the independence of the external auditors and obtain from them, at least annually, a formal written statement delineating all relationships between the external auditors and the Association, including other consulting work, if any, performed by the external auditors for the organization
  11. Review the results of the audit with the auditors and Exco
  12. Once Exco has received and provided comment on the findings of a draft management recommendation letter, if any, from the auditors, it is the function of the Audit Committee to receive the final management letter and follow up with management on recommendations on how to better adhere to “best practices” from the auditors.
  13. Monitor the Association’s compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.
  14. Review annually the Association’s Standard of Conduct and Code of Ethics policy, if any, and ensure that the Exco has established a system to enforce this policy.

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