Abia Commissions Model Schools

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Few months to leaving office, Abia State Governor, Theodore Orji, is still going on strong in his service to the people and state as he commissioned some schools in the state.

He told people of the state that the essence of providing model schools for pupils and students in the state was to embolden and give them a sense of belonging. He stated this while commissioning the Ndume Otuka and Afugiri Model Primary Schools in Umuahia North Local Government Area.

He said ‘education remains a priority’ in his government while government has provided good environment for learning and teaching across the state. According to the Governor, one model school is located in each of the 17 LGAs in the state apart from other schools being refurbished by his government to enhance the quality of education.

He said the model schools were equipped with desks and chairs for pupils and teachers, boreholes, generating sets, modern library among others.

The Governor pointed out that Abia students and pupils have done the state proud at various fora, adding that no resource spent in education will be counted as waste.

Earlier, the LGA Sure-P chairman, Chief Joseph Ogwo said the two model schools were among the many built by Sure-P and scattered in the 17 Council areas of the state, and pointed out that Sure-P has also constructed 100-bed hospitals in the three senatorial zones of the state.


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