The Principal of St. Michael’s Model Comprehensive Secondary School, Nimo, Rev. Fr. Denis Nwabueze has lauded the Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Uche Ekwunife, PhD for her developmental strides and rehabilitation of one of the dilapidated buildings in the school.
The cleric made the statement recently during the blessing of the rehabilitated building by the Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most. Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor.
Bishop Ezeokafor was at the A-grade secondary school on a maiden pastoral visit.
Speaking to the press shortly after the event, Rev. Fr. Nwabueze expressed joy that the school has been given a facelift. He thanked Senator Ekwunife and all those who had taken up one developmental projects or another in the college, noting that such developmental effort is what is needed to improve the standard of education in the society.
Giving his remarks before blessing the building, Bishop Ezeokafor described teaching as a vocation, urging the teachers to remain diligent in the discharge of their duties.
He charged the instructors to mould the students beyond the classroom. According to the Prelate, teachers are expected to live a life their students can emulate.
Ezeokafor extolled the school management for their ingenuity in advancing the quality of teaching and learning in the college.
Senator Ekwunife was represented at the occasion by her Njikoka LGA Coordinator, Sir Magnus Obodoeze.