Thursday, 22 February 2018

God Sent you to rescue us, Govt. Sec. Sch. Uwanse Appreciates Project REVAMP-Africa

|22 February 2018 | Ukorebi Esien

Staff and students of Government  Secondary School Uwanse, Calabar, Cross River State has shown great appreciation to the Visionary and Volunteers of Project REVAMP-Africa, in particular, Miss Ijioama Agwu of SS2 A1 said God sent the Project to their school to rescue them from all sort of vices that would had grounded them. Thedailynewsng can report.

Miss Agwu made this known while speaking with news men at the end of a four day life skills training sessions tagged Project Lead Initiative put together by REVAMP-AFRICA in partnership with Access bank at Government Secondary School Uwanse,  Calabar.

"I am giving him a very big kudos because if am being asked In fact I will say it was God that sent them because I have seen changes in our school since they came, we have been taught how to improve ourselves and become excellent citizens in future." Miss Agwu concluded. 

 Mr. Kelechi Anyalechi, the Visionary of the project said Project REVAMP-Africa is an Acronym for Restoring Educational Values and Maximising Potentials which seeks to assist young ones in public schools to add values to their lives. 

He further disclosed that  the project is an Educational, leadership and enterprise driven initiative which seeks to raise young people in public schools hinging it's driving force on four Cardinal points such as academic and moral excellent, improving reading  culture, developing personal leadership and financial intelligence. 

He said each day of the training have just been amazing with a lot of testimonials from both the students and staff.

Master Emmanuel James one of the senior students of the school said through the teachings he can now manage his time and with the help of his to-do list he achieves more task since he was taught Goal setting and time management. 

He went ahead to express gratitude to the organisers for visiting their school. 

Another student who spoke with newsmen, Master Samuel Monday of JSS 1B, said he now knows what goal setting is all and he is now ready to set his academic goals. 

Asked what he has to say to Project REVAMP-Africa,  master Joseph said he gives the organisers "a big thank you."

Earlier on the principal of the school Mr. Ilok Ukam Ekpei, had showered sincere praises and appreciation on Project REVAMP-Africa team  members for selecting his school among all the schools in Calabar as on of the schools to site it's projects, he disclosed that the school seriously needs intervention and prayed for a repeat visit by the organisers as well as other Organizations. 




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