As part of activities to commensurate the commissioning of a newly renovated National Secretariat, The Old Students Association of one of the best high schools in Nigeria, Remo Secondary School, a co-educational secondary school that was founded on the 4th of February 1946, by the Anglican Methodist Missionary, provides positive knowledge impacts on students and, also equipped the citadel of learning with various facilities.


The National Old Students Association of the School, under the able leadership of Aare Adetola Emmanuel King erected a befitting RSSOSA National Secretariat, a building named after Akarigbo of Remo Land, Oba Babatunde Ajayi, set to be commissioned on Friday 15th, July 2022.



It is no more a breaking news that Remo Secondary School, Sagamu is blessed with versatile alumni association. The RSSOSA has been particularly helpful in providing academic materials and basic facilities for the current students of the school.


With the modern structure seated in the school premises, RSS is definitely now talk of the town.


The edifice which housed office of National President, a digital boardroom, office of the secretary and other administrative offices, would come with the commissioning and maiden edition of RSSOSA Leadership Workshop for alumnus of the school.



The special guests and workshop facilitators expected to grace the august occasion are: Professor Abayomi Arigbabu; Commissioner of Education, Science and Technology, Ogun state, Eng Adeola S. Sosanwo; Immediate past president RSSOSA (2017-20222), Professor Adeleke Oduwaiye; RSSOSA, 1973/77-set Chairman, Otunba Tunji Solarin Lawal; Chairman (RGDF). The Royal father of the day is His Royal Majesty, Oba Babatunde Ajayi, The Akarigbo of Remoland.


The highly revered event is strictly by invitation. While others can join the event through online streaming.


Stand to be counted for the great Alma Mater as you level up with seniors, mates and juniors.


It’s promises to be a blast!

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