Rotary club donates instructional materials to schools


Rotary International, District 9142 of Awka Central, has donated instructional Materials to two schools for its Basic Education and Literacy projects.

The Rotary Club of Awka Central team presented the educational materials worth over N200,000 to the schools in Awka on Tuesday

Razor reports that the educational materials donated to the schools include 5 whiteboards,dusters biros,exercise books amongst others each to the schools.

Dr Maudlin Ohuoha,the Synergizers President and her members presented the Educational materials to Greater Grace of The Pentecost Academy (GGPA) and Gladnuel International school.

Ohuoha said that Rotary International is an organisation with over 1.4 million members across the global with the aim to serve humanity without gain.

She said that in Rotary International has  various areas of service namely, Basic Education and Literacy, Maternal and Child Health, Peace and Conflict Prevention and Resolution.

Also included is Disease prevention and Treatment, Water,Sanitation and Hygiene, Community and Economic Development  and Support the Environment.

“What we are doing now is basic education and literacy project  because we value education and desires to encourage our children to gain quality education,” she said.
Chief Tim Nwabunwanne a member of the club said that Rotary is a selfless organisation.


He said that members are professionals who  are encouraged to serve humanity with their time,talent and treasure.


Nwabunwanne encouraged the teachers of the schools to impart quality learning skills into the children for safer society.


Speaking the Head Mistress of the Greater Grace of The Pentecost Academy, Mrs Nkiru Okoye appreciated Rotary International for the thought of building up education and other sector of humanities.


Okoye assured that the material donated would be put to quality use to ensure that children gain quality education through the materials donated.


Mrs Gladys Aguocha,the Head Mistress of Gladnuel International school  said that education is the best legacy anyone can bequeath to a child.


Aguocha assured the team of their commitment and goal  to impart rich educational and social morals to the children as the future leaders of the society.

Razor reports that GGPA is a nursery and primary school owned by the Church of The Pentecost, Anglican Communion, Awka Diocese

The Vicar in charge of the school Venerable Ekene Nwafor commendedRotaryInternational for its laudable projects aimed to serve humanity.

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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