Maria Regina Nnewi old girls association lauds Anambra for achievements in education sector
The Old Girls Association of Maria Regina Secondary School, Nnewi, 1980 set, paid a courtsey visit to the Anambra State Commissioner for Basic Education, Professor Kate Omenugha with the first Vice President of the Association, Mrs. Rose Ezeadikwa.
BY SUNNY A. DAVID
The Old Girls Association of Maria Regina Secondary School, Nnewi, 1980 set, has commended the achievements of the Anambra State Government in Education sector.
The association gave the commendation when they paid a curtsey visit to the State Commissioner for Basic Education, Professor Kate Omenugha, who passed through the school in her formative years.
Speaking during the visit, the first Vice President of the Association, Mrs. Rose Ezeadikwa, said they came to give honour to whom it is due, as the Ministry headed by one of their own is doing well, given the numerous laurels won by Anambra State in various educational competitions.
Mrs. Ezeadikwa, who called on old students of different schools to form a strong union and support their Alma maters in various ways, commended the State Government for the support given to the Commissioner in achieving results.
Contributing, Mrs. Tessy Nsofor, praised their late Principal, Reverend Sister Eucharia Anyaegbunam, for the impact and strong foundation laid for their success.
Responding, Commissioner Omenugha, thanked the association for the visit and thanked God for bringing them far in life, appreciating the Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano for giving her Ministry the needed support to achieve results, especially during the COVID-19 era, when schools were closed and alternative learning process commenced in order to bridge the gap caused by the pandemic.
The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Barrister Nwando Obiano, also joined the Commissioner in welcoming her members during the visit, which climaxed with the presentation of Award plaque to the Commissioner and singing of their school anthem.