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  •   Enugu Govt sponsors 274 Christians on pilgrimage to Israel Jordan lt State Government on Friday said it had sponsored 274 Christians on pilgrimage to the Holy Lands of Israel and Jordan urging them to pray for the state and Nigeria The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Christian Pilgrimage is an occasion for Christians Pilgrims to step out of their comfort zone to encounter God where He has revealed Himself It also entails visiting places associated with the life times and teachings of Christ especially his birth passion death and resurrection For Christians it is an opportunity for quiet introspection and spiritual rebirth they are expected to return as more dedicated practitioners of the Christian Faith Speaking during the inauguration of Batch A of the 2022 Christian Pilgrimage in Enugu Gov Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi enjoined them to pray for peace security unity and progress of Enugu State and Nigeria as a whole Ugwuanyi who noted that Nigeria was going through strange and difficult times which needed God s intervention more than ever urged them to pray for the country The governor who was received by the elated beneficiaries enjoined them to also pray particularly that we may love one another as this in my judgment is the missing link in our society for love bears all things I Corinthians 13 7 He further told the the pilgrims to equally pray for peaceful electioneering campaigns successful general elections and seamless transition in Nigeria in 2023 I congratulate the intending Pilgrims for the unique opportunity and thanking the Almighty God for using the instrumentality of his administration to accomplish In keeping with our commitment to deepening the practice of Christian Faith in our State we are sponsoring 274 Pilgrims 24 for Jordan and 250 for Israel he said Gov Ugwuanyi however advised them to obey the extant rules in their letter adding that the state expects 100 per cent return of our Pilgrims and the handlers should ensure that no one absconded from the trip The governor therefore wished them journey mercies and spiritually enriching experiences Welcoming Gov Ugwuanyi earlier the Executive Secretary of the Enugu State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board Mr Nestor Ezeme described the governor as God fearing and the best Pilgrimage Governor in Nigeria Ezeme thanked Gov Ugwuanyi for his commitment to God and immense contributions to the success of religious programmes in Enugu State stressing that they are unprecedented in the annals of the state He pointed out that the governor s faithfulness to God was responsible for his enviable feats in all spheres of development despite the nation s numerous challenges No wonder you are number one in education health rural infrastructure Judiciary security everywhere you are and you have taken number one in pilgrimage he said In his goodwill message the Chairman of Enugu State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board Bishop Emmanuel Edeh expressed profound gratitude to Gov Ugwuanyi for his steadfastness in championing the noble objectives of the board Edeh who is also the Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria CAN Enugu State chapter said the Christian community was highly impressed that Enugu State under the watch of Gov Ugwuanyi had been outstanding in sponsoring pilgrims It is on record that talking about Pilgrimage in the South East it has been Enugu State all the way the CAN Chairman said He recalled that Gov Ugwuanyi was recently conferred with the Best Pilgrimage Governor in the South East Nigeria by the National Christian Pilgrims Commission NCPC for committing resources towards the growth and sustenance of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria The cleric encouraged Gov Ugwuanyi to hold on tightly to his vision and Christian belief beseeching God to continue to guide and protect the governor to finish well Other dignitaries at the event were Chairman Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria PFN Enugu State Bishop Godwin Madu Director of Special Duties Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission NCPC Mr Sunday Udeh the Senior Special Assistant SSA to the Governor on Religious Matters Rev Chinedu Nwoye www nannews ng NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu Govt. sponsors 274 Christians on pilgrimage to Israel, Jordan
      Enugu Govt sponsors 274 Christians on pilgrimage to Israel Jordan lt State Government on Friday said it had sponsored 274 Christians on pilgrimage to the Holy Lands of Israel and Jordan urging them to pray for the state and Nigeria The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Christian Pilgrimage is an occasion for Christians Pilgrims to step out of their comfort zone to encounter God where He has revealed Himself It also entails visiting places associated with the life times and teachings of Christ especially his birth passion death and resurrection For Christians it is an opportunity for quiet introspection and spiritual rebirth they are expected to return as more dedicated practitioners of the Christian Faith Speaking during the inauguration of Batch A of the 2022 Christian Pilgrimage in Enugu Gov Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi enjoined them to pray for peace security unity and progress of Enugu State and Nigeria as a whole Ugwuanyi who noted that Nigeria was going through strange and difficult times which needed God s intervention more than ever urged them to pray for the country The governor who was received by the elated beneficiaries enjoined them to also pray particularly that we may love one another as this in my judgment is the missing link in our society for love bears all things I Corinthians 13 7 He further told the the pilgrims to equally pray for peaceful electioneering campaigns successful general elections and seamless transition in Nigeria in 2023 I congratulate the intending Pilgrims for the unique opportunity and thanking the Almighty God for using the instrumentality of his administration to accomplish In keeping with our commitment to deepening the practice of Christian Faith in our State we are sponsoring 274 Pilgrims 24 for Jordan and 250 for Israel he said Gov Ugwuanyi however advised them to obey the extant rules in their letter adding that the state expects 100 per cent return of our Pilgrims and the handlers should ensure that no one absconded from the trip The governor therefore wished them journey mercies and spiritually enriching experiences Welcoming Gov Ugwuanyi earlier the Executive Secretary of the Enugu State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board Mr Nestor Ezeme described the governor as God fearing and the best Pilgrimage Governor in Nigeria Ezeme thanked Gov Ugwuanyi for his commitment to God and immense contributions to the success of religious programmes in Enugu State stressing that they are unprecedented in the annals of the state He pointed out that the governor s faithfulness to God was responsible for his enviable feats in all spheres of development despite the nation s numerous challenges No wonder you are number one in education health rural infrastructure Judiciary security everywhere you are and you have taken number one in pilgrimage he said In his goodwill message the Chairman of Enugu State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board Bishop Emmanuel Edeh expressed profound gratitude to Gov Ugwuanyi for his steadfastness in championing the noble objectives of the board Edeh who is also the Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria CAN Enugu State chapter said the Christian community was highly impressed that Enugu State under the watch of Gov Ugwuanyi had been outstanding in sponsoring pilgrims It is on record that talking about Pilgrimage in the South East it has been Enugu State all the way the CAN Chairman said He recalled that Gov Ugwuanyi was recently conferred with the Best Pilgrimage Governor in the South East Nigeria by the National Christian Pilgrims Commission NCPC for committing resources towards the growth and sustenance of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria The cleric encouraged Gov Ugwuanyi to hold on tightly to his vision and Christian belief beseeching God to continue to guide and protect the governor to finish well Other dignitaries at the event were Chairman Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria PFN Enugu State Bishop Godwin Madu Director of Special Duties Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission NCPC Mr Sunday Udeh the Senior Special Assistant SSA to the Governor on Religious Matters Rev Chinedu Nwoye www nannews ng NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu Govt. sponsors 274 Christians on pilgrimage to Israel, Jordan
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    Enugu Govt. sponsors 274 Christians on pilgrimage to Israel, Jordan

    Enugu Govt.

    sponsors 274 Christians on pilgrimage to Israel, Jordan< State Government on Friday said it had sponsored 274 Christians on pilgrimage to the Holy Lands of Israel and Jordan, urging them to pray for the state and Nigeria.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Christian Pilgrimage is an occasion for Christians (Pilgrims) to step out of their comfort zone to encounter God where He has revealed Himself.

    It also entails visiting places associated with the life, times and teachings of Christ especially his birth, passion, death and resurrection.

    For Christians, it is an opportunity for quiet introspection and spiritual rebirth; they are expected to return as more dedicated practitioners of the Christian Faith.

    Speaking during the inauguration of Batch A of the 2022 Christian Pilgrimage in Enugu, Gov.

    Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi enjoined them to pray for peace, security, unity and progress of Enugu State and Nigeria as a whole.

    Ugwuanyi, who noted that Nigeria was going through strange and difficult times which needed God’s intervention more than ever, urged them to pray for the country.

    The governor, who was received by the elated beneficiaries, enjoined them to also “pray particularly that we may love one another as this, in my judgment, is the missing link in our society, for love bears all things (I Corinthians 13:7).” He further told the the pilgrims to equally pray for peaceful electioneering campaigns, successful general elections and seamless transition in Nigeria, in 2023.

    “I congratulate the intending Pilgrims for the unique opportunity and thanking the Almighty God for using the instrumentality of his administration to accomplish.

    “In keeping with our commitment to deepening the practice of Christian Faith in our State, we are sponsoring 274 Pilgrims, 24 for Jordan and 250 for Israel,” he said.

    Gov.

    Ugwuanyi, however, advised them to obey the extant rules in their letter, adding that “the state expects 100 per cent return of our Pilgrims and the handlers should ensure that no one absconded from the trip”.

    The governor, therefore, wished them journey mercies and spiritually enriching experiences.

    Welcoming Gov.

    Ugwuanyi earlier, the Executive Secretary of the Enugu State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board, Mr Nestor Ezeme, described the governor as “God fearing and the best Pilgrimage Governor in Nigeria”.

    Ezeme thanked Gov.

    Ugwuanyi for his commitment to God and immense contributions to the success of religious programmes in Enugu State, stressing that they are unprecedented in the annals of the state.

    He pointed out that the governor’s faithfulness to God was responsible for his enviable feats in all spheres of development despite the nation’s numerous challenges.

    “No wonder you are number one in education, health, rural infrastructure, Judiciary, security, everywhere you are; and you have taken number one in pilgrimage,” he said.

    In his goodwill message, the Chairman of Enugu State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board, Bishop Emmanuel Edeh, expressed profound gratitude to Gov.

    Ugwuanyi for his steadfastness in championing the noble objectives of the board.

    Edeh who is also the Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Enugu State chapter, said the Christian community was highly impressed that Enugu State under the watch of Gov.

    Ugwuanyi, had been outstanding in sponsoring pilgrims.

    “It is on record that talking about Pilgrimage in the South East, it has been Enugu State all the way,” the CAN Chairman said.

    He recalled that Gov.

    Ugwuanyi was recently conferred with the ‘Best Pilgrimage Governor in the South East Nigeria’ by the National Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) for committing resources towards the growth and sustenance of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria.

    The cleric encouraged Gov.

    Ugwuanyi to hold on tightly to his vision and Christian belief, beseeching God to continue to guide and protect the governor to finish well.

    Other dignitaries at the event were Chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Enugu State, Bishop Godwin Madu, Director of Special Duties, Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC), Mr. Sunday Udeh, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Governor on Religious Matters, Rev.

    Chinedu Nwoye.

    (www.nannews.ng)

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Queen s School Enugu Old Girls Association based in the United States on Monday handed over a 200 bed hostel it constructed to Enugu State Government The one storey building was furnished with beds and mattresses toilets bathrooms and box rooms Inaugurating the building the state governor Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi commended the old girls for contributing to the development of the state Ugwuanyi represented by Mr Nestor Ezeme Chairman Post Primary Schools Management Board PPSMB urged alumni of various secondary and primary schools to support government efforts in repositioning schools for functional learning The governor said the government would soon reconstruct the access and internal roads to the school He also said that the state government would also complete a new block of classrooms as well as provide other amenities to enhance learning in the school The government s commitment to enhance educational delivery in the state remains total and not rhetoric We have done a turnaround of the school by renovating all its roofs and re painting all blocks to give them a benefiting face lift Recently we solved their water challenge by channeling the public water supply to the school reservoir to ensure constant water supply to the school While in less than one week the governor will commission five boreholes in some schools within the state to enhance students welfare and learning he said The Commissioner for Education Prof Uchenna Eze said it was a thing of joy to see the old girls being part of the development and moulding of the younger ones Eze who was represented by the Director Schools Development in the state s Ministry of Education Mrs Margaret Ayogu called on other old students of schools in the state to emulate what the old girls of Queen s School had done and their immeasurable contributions In his remarks Mr Ikeje Asogwa Chairman of Enugu State Universal Basic Education Board ENSUBEB noted that the gesture of giving back needed to be commended and emulated by all This is an awesome and very thoughtful project which will have direct impact on the students and will create a bond between the present students and old girls Asogwa said Handing over the hostel the President of the National Alumni Association Queen s School Enugu NAAQSE USA Branch Mrs Chinwe Nwabude thanked Gov Ugwanyi and all those that contributed to the project of the school Nwabude represented by Dr Emilia Onyekwelu urged the state government to provide lawn mowers for the school for grass cutting and enhanced water supply as well She also appealed to the state government to appoint some old girls into its cabinet to enable them contribute towards the development of the state especially the education sector The president challenged the old girls to do more to modernise the school adding that we can do more and do better for the school and revolutionise it for posterity In their separate remarks the Board Chairperson of NAAQSE USA branch Mrs Regina Iloenyosi Okolie and Chairman Fundraising Committee Mrs Chinyere Nwozor thanked its counterpart of the College of Immaculate Conception CIC Old Boys for their financial and moral support According to them the indomitable support of Chief Benson Ejindu MVP CIC and the President Dr Nnamdi Maduekwe was the push that drove us to believe in the possibility of this coming to fruition Earlier the President Enugu Branch of the Old Girls Association Mrs Margaret Nwagbo applauded old girls of the school for all they had done to uplift the academic and welfare standard of the school The old girls are wonderful people and have done well Likewise our governor and father Dr Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has done marvelously well for the school within his few years in office For the present girls in the school I will challenge you to be exceptional among your peers in other schools notwithstanding your challenges and we did excel in life she advised Nwagbo also congratulated one of the old girls Ms Chioma Ebue for receiving the best principal from the South East and first Runner up award from President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2020 Teachers Day in Abuja Highlights of the event were debate rendition by school brass band cutting of the tape of the building inspection of the hostel and its facilities as well as presentation of a plaque of excellence to the Executive Chairman of PPSMB Edited By Josephine Obute Maureen Atuonwu Source NAN
    Old Girls Association donates 200-bed hostel to alma mater in Enugu
     The Queen s School Enugu Old Girls Association based in the United States on Monday handed over a 200 bed hostel it constructed to Enugu State Government The one storey building was furnished with beds and mattresses toilets bathrooms and box rooms Inaugurating the building the state governor Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi commended the old girls for contributing to the development of the state Ugwuanyi represented by Mr Nestor Ezeme Chairman Post Primary Schools Management Board PPSMB urged alumni of various secondary and primary schools to support government efforts in repositioning schools for functional learning The governor said the government would soon reconstruct the access and internal roads to the school He also said that the state government would also complete a new block of classrooms as well as provide other amenities to enhance learning in the school The government s commitment to enhance educational delivery in the state remains total and not rhetoric We have done a turnaround of the school by renovating all its roofs and re painting all blocks to give them a benefiting face lift Recently we solved their water challenge by channeling the public water supply to the school reservoir to ensure constant water supply to the school While in less than one week the governor will commission five boreholes in some schools within the state to enhance students welfare and learning he said The Commissioner for Education Prof Uchenna Eze said it was a thing of joy to see the old girls being part of the development and moulding of the younger ones Eze who was represented by the Director Schools Development in the state s Ministry of Education Mrs Margaret Ayogu called on other old students of schools in the state to emulate what the old girls of Queen s School had done and their immeasurable contributions In his remarks Mr Ikeje Asogwa Chairman of Enugu State Universal Basic Education Board ENSUBEB noted that the gesture of giving back needed to be commended and emulated by all This is an awesome and very thoughtful project which will have direct impact on the students and will create a bond between the present students and old girls Asogwa said Handing over the hostel the President of the National Alumni Association Queen s School Enugu NAAQSE USA Branch Mrs Chinwe Nwabude thanked Gov Ugwanyi and all those that contributed to the project of the school Nwabude represented by Dr Emilia Onyekwelu urged the state government to provide lawn mowers for the school for grass cutting and enhanced water supply as well She also appealed to the state government to appoint some old girls into its cabinet to enable them contribute towards the development of the state especially the education sector The president challenged the old girls to do more to modernise the school adding that we can do more and do better for the school and revolutionise it for posterity In their separate remarks the Board Chairperson of NAAQSE USA branch Mrs Regina Iloenyosi Okolie and Chairman Fundraising Committee Mrs Chinyere Nwozor thanked its counterpart of the College of Immaculate Conception CIC Old Boys for their financial and moral support According to them the indomitable support of Chief Benson Ejindu MVP CIC and the President Dr Nnamdi Maduekwe was the push that drove us to believe in the possibility of this coming to fruition Earlier the President Enugu Branch of the Old Girls Association Mrs Margaret Nwagbo applauded old girls of the school for all they had done to uplift the academic and welfare standard of the school The old girls are wonderful people and have done well Likewise our governor and father Dr Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has done marvelously well for the school within his few years in office For the present girls in the school I will challenge you to be exceptional among your peers in other schools notwithstanding your challenges and we did excel in life she advised Nwagbo also congratulated one of the old girls Ms Chioma Ebue for receiving the best principal from the South East and first Runner up award from President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2020 Teachers Day in Abuja Highlights of the event were debate rendition by school brass band cutting of the tape of the building inspection of the hostel and its facilities as well as presentation of a plaque of excellence to the Executive Chairman of PPSMB Edited By Josephine Obute Maureen Atuonwu Source NAN
    Old Girls Association donates 200-bed hostel to alma mater in Enugu
    Education2 years ago

    Old Girls Association donates 200-bed hostel to alma mater in Enugu

    The Queen’s School Enugu Old Girls Association based in the United States on Monday handed over a 200-bed hostel it constructed to Enugu State Government.

    The one-storey building was furnished with beds and mattresses, toilets, bathrooms and box rooms.

    Inaugurating the building, the state governor, Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi commended the old girls for contributing to the development of the state.

    Ugwuanyi, represented by Mr Nestor Ezeme, Chairman, Post Primary Schools Management Board (PPSMB), urged alumni of various secondary and primary schools to support government efforts in repositioning schools for functional learning.

    The governor said the government would soon reconstruct the access and internal roads to the school.

    He also said that the state government would also complete a new block of classrooms as well as provide other amenities to enhance learning in the school.

    “The government’s commitment to enhance educational delivery in the state remains total and not rhetoric.

    “We have done a turnaround of the school by renovating all its roofs and re-painting all blocks to give them a benefiting face-lift.

    “Recently, we solved their water challenge by channeling the public water supply to the school reservoir to ensure constant water supply to the school.

    “While in less than one week, the governor will commission five boreholes in some schools within the state to enhance students’ welfare and learning,’’ he said.

    The Commissioner for Education, Prof Uchenna Eze, said it was a thing of joy to see the old girls being part of the development and moulding of the younger ones.

    Eze, who was represented by the Director, Schools Development in the state’s Ministry of Education, Mrs Margaret Ayogu, called on other old students of schools in the state to emulate what the old girls of Queen’s School had done and their immeasurable contributions.

    In his remarks, Mr Ikeje Asogwa, Chairman of Enugu State Universal Basic Education Board (ENSUBEB), noted that the gesture of giving back needed to be commended and emulated by all.

    “This is an awesome and very thoughtful project, which will have direct impact on the students and will create a bond between the present students and old girls,’’ Asogwa said.

    Handing over the hostel, the President of the National Alumni Association, Queen’s School, Enugu (NAAQSE), USA Branch, Mrs Chinwe Nwabude, thanked Gov. Ugwanyi and all those that contributed to the project of the school.

    Nwabude, represented by Dr Emilia Onyekwelu, urged the state government to provide lawn mowers for the school for grass cutting and enhanced water supply as well.

    She also appealed to the state government to appoint some old girls into its cabinet to enable them contribute towards the development of the state especially the education sector.

    The president challenged the old girls to do more to modernise the school, adding that “we can do more and do better for the school and revolutionise it for posterity’’.

    In their separate remarks, the Board Chairperson of NAAQSE, USA branch, Mrs Regina Iloenyosi-Okolie and Chairman, Fundraising Committee, Mrs Chinyere Nwozor thanked its counterpart of the College of Immaculate Conception (CIC) Old Boys for their financial and moral support.

    According to them, the indomitable support of Chief Benson Ejindu, MVP, CIC and the President, Dr Nnamdi Maduekwe was the push that drove us to believe in the possibility of this coming to fruition.

    Earlier, the President, Enugu Branch of the Old Girls Association, Mrs Margaret Nwagbo, applauded old girls of the school for all they had done to uplift the academic and welfare standard of the school.

    “The old girls are wonderful people and have done well. Likewise, our governor and father, Dr Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, has done marvelously well for the school within his few years in office.

    “For the present girls in the school, I will challenge you to be exceptional among your peers in other schools notwithstanding your challenges and we did excel in life,’’ she advised.

    Nwagbo also congratulated one of the old girls, Ms Chioma Ebue for receiving the best principal from the South East and first Runner up award from President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2020 Teachers Day in Abuja.

    Highlights of the event were debate, rendition by school brass band, cutting of the tape of the building, inspection of the hostel and its facilities as well as presentation of a plaque of excellence to the Executive Chairman of PPSMB.


    Edited By: Josephine Obute/Maureen Atuonwu
    Source: NAN

  •  The Old Girls Association of Queens School Enugu has handed over a staff room block it renovated to the school authorities as its COVID 19 palliative preparatory to the resumption of schools Handing over the office to the Principal of the school Mrs Ada Nweke the President of the association Mrs Margaret Nwagbo said the project was done to give the teachers and other members of staff a sense of belonging Nwagbo said that the group was dissatisfied with the deplorable condition of the office and the lack of amenities She said that the association had carried out several projects in the school including equipping the library renovating the dining hall and hostels She said that aside from mentoring the students the group also upgraded the school field and assisted it with sets of computers Nwagbo thanked Gov Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his numerous assistance to the school adding that they hoped for more government s intervention in infrastructure development She also paid special tribute to the Chairman Post Primary Schools Management Board PPSMB Mr Nestor Ezeme the principal and teachers for their love and care for the students In her response the principal thanked the association for undertaking to repair the staff room in spite of the COVID 19 pandemic Nweke who also represented the PPSMB chairman appealed to the group not to relent in its efforts to return the school to its pride of place Edited By Sam Oditah Maureen Atuonwu NAN
    Old girls’ association renovates staff room for Enugu school
     The Old Girls Association of Queens School Enugu has handed over a staff room block it renovated to the school authorities as its COVID 19 palliative preparatory to the resumption of schools Handing over the office to the Principal of the school Mrs Ada Nweke the President of the association Mrs Margaret Nwagbo said the project was done to give the teachers and other members of staff a sense of belonging Nwagbo said that the group was dissatisfied with the deplorable condition of the office and the lack of amenities She said that the association had carried out several projects in the school including equipping the library renovating the dining hall and hostels She said that aside from mentoring the students the group also upgraded the school field and assisted it with sets of computers Nwagbo thanked Gov Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his numerous assistance to the school adding that they hoped for more government s intervention in infrastructure development She also paid special tribute to the Chairman Post Primary Schools Management Board PPSMB Mr Nestor Ezeme the principal and teachers for their love and care for the students In her response the principal thanked the association for undertaking to repair the staff room in spite of the COVID 19 pandemic Nweke who also represented the PPSMB chairman appealed to the group not to relent in its efforts to return the school to its pride of place Edited By Sam Oditah Maureen Atuonwu NAN
    Old girls’ association renovates staff room for Enugu school
    Education2 years ago

    Old girls’ association renovates staff room for Enugu school

    The Old Girls’ Association of Queens School, Enugu has handed over a staff room block it renovated to the school authorities as its COVID-19 palliative preparatory to the resumption of schools.

    Handing over the office to the Principal of the school, Mrs Ada Nweke, the President of the association, Mrs Margaret Nwagbo, said the project was done to give the teachers and other members of staff a sense of belonging.

    Nwagbo said that the group was dissatisfied with the deplorable condition of the office and the lack of amenities.

    She said that the association had carried out several projects in the school, including equipping the library, renovating the dining hall and hostels.

    She said that aside from mentoring the students, the group also upgraded the school field and assisted it with sets of computers.

    Nwagbo thanked Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his numerous assistance to the school, adding that they hoped for more government’s intervention in infrastructure development.

    She also paid special tribute to the Chairman, Post Primary Schools Management Board (PPSMB), Mr Nestor Ezeme, the principal and teachers for their love and care for the students.

    In her response, the principal thanked the association for undertaking to repair the staff room, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Nweke, who also represented the PPSMB chairman, appealed to the group not to relent in its efforts to return the school to its pride of place.


    Edited By: Sam Oditah/Maureen Atuonwu (NAN)