Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Anambra State Secondary School Got electrified by NYSC Member

Joy were the students and staff of Community Secondary School, Agulu-Awka in Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State recently as a serving member of Nigeria Youth Social Corps (NYSC), Mr Sangodeyi Oluwatosin (AN/14C/1510) electrified the entire College through the sponsorship of Hon. Chikodi Nonyelu, Councillor representing Agulu-Awka ward 5 at the council legislative chamber.
The N300, 000 worth project, our reporter learnt, was initiated by the corps member after seen how its inhabitants; the principal, teachers and students sweat copiously like Christmas goats whenever the temperature is high, especially at dry season.   
Speaking during the commission of the project, Mr Oluwatosin appealed to the general public to join him in thanking Hon. Nonyelu for sponsoring the project, because according to him, his dream would have become fruitless without her quick financial intervention.
Inspired by the development, Chairman of Awka South LGA, Prince Azubuike Iloh promised to complete the ongoing perimeter fencing of the school compound, as well as to leveling the school field, and curb its erosion menace.
Commending the corps member for identifying with the needs of his area of assignment, the State Coordinator of NYSC, Mrs Robinca Adigwe, represented by Mr Ayorinde Ayanda, the NYSC Head of Community Development Service advised others to strive to impact life wherever them found themselves.
On her part, sponsor of the project, Hon. Chikodi Nonyelu, Councilor representing Agulu-Awka Ward 5 further pledged to install electric poll, mount a power generating set donated to the school by ex-governor of the state, even as she challenged more corps members to come out with meaningful projects as Awka South was ready to assist them to realising their dreams.
Speaking earlier, the School Principal, Lady Anthony Agudosi appreciated the NYSC member, who she described as first corps member to attract development to the school while serving, and Governor Obiano on his giant strides on the education and security sectors.
However, she implored the government to help them with security as activities of herdsmen, mad and others pose challenge to the school, its staff and students.
Speaking on behalf of other students, the Senior Prefect, Master John Nweke thanked God for witnessing light in the school in his time, and pledged that they will use them wisely.



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