Saturday, 18 July 2015

By Nwama Henry

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has commissioned a modern library built at community model school Isieke by keystone bank, urging teachers of the school to allow students access to the facilities in the library.
Commissioning the library, the Governor said his administration will upgrade the facility and link it to the e- library in the state and commended keystone bank for contributing to the development of the state.
Dr Ikpeazu stated that education was his primary constituency and reiterated the commitment of his administration not to toy with the education sector but work towards improving the standard and enhance quality  education in Abia state.
The Governor promised to come back to the school to commission another project started and completed by his administration, pointing out that the greatest reward is for a teacher to see his or her pupil and students do well in a larger society.
Speaking earlier, the M.D keystone bank, Mr. Philip Ikeagu said apart from the library built at community model school Isieke that the bank will sponsor the principal and two teachers of the school to business school, Lagos to enable them impact more knowledge in students.
Also speaking, the principal of the school, Mr.J. A Irojiegbe said the students and teachers of the school are very happy with the governor and thanked the Keystone bank for the gift of the library in the school.

culled from Orient Daily



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