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IKONO LAWMAKER DONATES DESKS TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS ACROSS CONSTITUENCY

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Hon. Asuquo Udo, Member representing Ikono State Constituency in Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly has donated desks to primary school pupils across Ikono Local Government Area to enhance effective learning amongst the pupils in complementary to the ongoing free and compulsory Education policy of Governor Udom Emmanuel.

The distribution exercise which had commenced last Wednesday was wrapped up yesterday with the presentation of desks to Government primary school Mbiabong Ikon/Mbiabong Ibsikpo, St. Mary’s Primary School, Nkwot Ikot Nseyen.

Also, the Lawmaker has donated desks to Holy Child Primary School – Nung Udoe Itak, Government Primary School – Obio Ediene, and Government Primary School – Ikot Udu Ndiya.

In some schools, the desks were received by Chairmen of the beneficiary communities while in other schools the desks were received by Chairmen, Parent Teacher Association.

Presenting the desks to the schools, the lawmaker said education is the bedrock of every child, adding that a conducive learning environment is one of the catalysts to academic excellence.

He said he was motivated to donate desks to pupils within the constituents as a means of complimenting Governor Udom Emmanuel’s free, compulsory and qualitative scheme.

Hon. Udo charged teachers and pupils of the benefiting schools to take advantage of the learning facilities and ensure vandals do not have access to them.

The Ikono Lawmaker reiterated his commitment towards supporting the completion Agenda of Governor Udom Emmanuel and called on the good people of Ikono State Constituency and Akwa Ibom people to join hands with the present administration in moving the state forward.

On their part, the benefiting schools through their leaders appreciated Hon. Udo over his milk of kindness towards the schools and the pupils. They promised to give maximum protection to the desks for the general good of pupils in their facilities

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Be Prepared To Pay Ransom – NYSC Handbook Advises Corpers (Photo)

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In a shocking addition to the terrible things plaguing Nigeria of recent, the NYSC in a new handbook claimed to have been released to new corpers seems to be forewarning the corp members on the possibility of being kidnapped and they even went further to advise them to always be in touch with a relative who could pay ransom in the event of any kidnap while traveling.

“When traveling in high-risk roads such as Abuja -Kaduna, Abuja – Lokoja – Okene or Aba – Port-Harcourt roads, then alert your family members, friends, and colleagues, to have someone on hand to pay off the ransom that could be demanded.”

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How they used the words ” pay off ” as if to suggest it’s some type of debt being owed is shocking to this reporter.

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Remember My Heart When My Body Is Goneโ€™ โ€“ Level 400 Student Dies Leaving Behind Mysterious Message

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Final year students of the University of Ghana have been thrown into a state of shock and mourning as one of their mates has mysteriously died .
A level 400 student of Legon identified as Daniel Anane Wadie has passed on after leaving a mysterious message.

According to reports, the deceased, Daniel Anane Wadie wrote on his Whatapp status,โ€œWhen my body is gone, remember my heartโ€before his sudden demise.

It is unknown what exactly led to his death but the report says he died at the Legon Hospital when he was seeking medical care.

Legon Hyper1 who goes by the name @Elormdeezy on Twitter reported about the sad incident on the micro-blogging site whilst some colleagues of him confirmed the report.

It is believed that Daniel Anane Wadie died on September 9th, 2021, a day before his final exams.

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A’IBOM GOVT, NYSC DG MOURN NYSC MEMBERS WHO DIED IN AUTOCRASH

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Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel has commiserated with the families of prospective National Youth Service Corps members from the state who died Wednesday in a car accident on their way to Orientation Camp in Katsina State.

Governor Emmanuel made this known while receiving the Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Brig. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim who was on a condolence visit to him, Thursday, at Government House, Uyo.

The Governor who expressed grief over the death of the Corps members in the auto crash noted that it is painful to lose a child after investing much in raising them educationally and otherwise.

“We received with heavy heart the news of the ghastly accident claiming the lives of our young graduates and I could feel the pains as a father because not after you have finished sponsoring your child from primary through secondary school to University and then on his way to NYSC camp this happened.

” It is a very sad moment and a black Wednesday, well we canโ€™t question God when things like this happen, itโ€™s God that knows everything and Heโ€™s in control of everything but our heartfelt condolences will always and ever go out to the parents and the families of those corps members. Our prayers will always go to these our beloved sons and daughters who have lost their livesโ€, he stated.

The Governor announced his intention to lead members of the State Executive Council on a condolence visit to the bereaved families and directed the Commissioner for Youth And Sports, Sir Monday Uko to trace the affected families for a scheduled visit and prayed God to avert such a mishap in the state.

“I pray may it never happen again, we pray for the families of these young sons and daughters of ours, that God will visit them and God will always be there for them because thatโ€™s what will make a difference, no word of man, no sympathy of man can ever fill that gapโ€, he said.

The Governor thanked the DG, NYSC, Brig. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim for his prompt reaction to the incidence and condolence visit to the state and families of the Corps members, describing him as a good shepherd who has demonstrated love and concern over the wellbeing of the Corps members in the Country.

The Governor vowed to clamp down on transport agencies conveying Corps members at night to long distances, lamenting that such sad occurrence would have been avoided if the transport agency did not embark on the risky journey.

In his remarks, Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Brig. Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim described the incident as a sad moment for NYSC community and the affected families , praying God to console Akwa Ibom State and the families who lost their wards on their way to the Camp.

โ€˜It is a very sad day for us, I refer to it as black Wednesday, we commence our batch โ€˜Bโ€™ stream one orientation exercise on the 27th of this month and just yesterday we got a call on what happened and the entire NYSC family and the people of the state are completely devastated. On behalf of the NYSC management and Corps members please accept our heartfelt condolences”.

The deceased Corps members include, Upere Innocent Peter and Akpan Victor Joseph; graduates of Mass Communication, Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic; Asuquo Miracle Effiong, graduate of Psychology; Ekikoh Stella Sylvester, graduate of Sociology and Anthropology and Ezuruike Coleman Chikwado graduate of History And International Studies all of the University of Uyo.

Media Unit
Govt. House, Uyo
29/07/21

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