My name is Mrs. Vivian Mong. Iam the mother of Chidinma Mong, who is an alumni of Ostra Heights College, Okota.
My journey through Ostra Schools began exactly twelve (12) years ago. My family had then just relocated to Ago Okota following the tragic death of my husband. In my furtive search for a competent school where I could enroll three of four of my children; Egoyibo, Emmanuel and Chidinma, I was referred to Ostra Private School by my children’s private tutor, who was a teacher in the school at that time. It was very tough coping with the feesof three children in Ostra but I continued to struggle endlessly because my children are very essential parts of my life and their well being is my priority. Subsequently, an incident I’ll always remember was the day I had to go to the school to plead for an extension as I wasn’t able to raise enough money for the school fees. That was the day I met Chief Styne Ohio-Ehimiaghe of blessed memory. He asked what was wrong. I told him the dilemma I was in and surprisingly, he told me not to worry and that He’d take care of that. Minutes later, I was informed that I’d been given a ten percent (10%) discount on the fees of each of my children. I was overjoyed. To the glory of the Most High God, all three of them graduated best students in their respective classes. It was at the time when my last child, Chidinma, was to graduate that Ostra Heights College was founded. I was hoping that God would provide as always and that she would be able to resume in Ostra Heights College when the time came.
Again, I was informed that because of Chidinma’s outstanding performance and her consistency in academic prowess, she had been given a tution-based scholarship by SAROE FOUNDATION for the entire 6 years she was to spend in Ostra Heights. My joy knew no bounds.
I’m using this avenue to say a very big thank you to SAROE FOUNDATION and Ostre Schools for giving hope to the hopeless. I pray that the Almighty God will bless you immeasurably and it is my earnest desire that you continue to put smiles on the faces of widows and orphans. Once again, thank you very much