Receives Ubuluisiuzo leaders
ANAMBRA State’s Commissioner for education, Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, has emphasised the vital roles that good education play in ridding society of crimes, ignorance and underdevelopment.
She noted the sector’s effectiveness as an avenue for stopping impunity and evil.
Prof. Chuma-Udeh made this statement while addressing the members of Ubuluisiuzo community, Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State, who paid her a courtesy visit in her office at Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka. The Commissioner, commended Ndi Ubuluisiuzo for felicitating with her office, and charged all to be part of the disruptive change initiated by the governor, Prof. Chukwuma Charles Soludo, led administration.
She further, charged Ihiala and other youths to be creative and productive to achieve their potential as the present government is out to build livable and prosperous smart mega city with opportunities for Ndi Anambra.
The President-General, Ubuluisiuzo Progressive Union (UPU), Chief Mathew Sunday Mbaukwu, a high chief in HRH Igwe John Ozulumba, Eze Dumdum II of Ubuluisiuzo’s cabinet, Dr. Arinze Ozigbo and the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Anambra State Newspapers and printing Corporation (ANPC), Sir Chuka Nnabuife, alongside others congratulated and commended the commissioner for working with the Governor, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, to reposition the education sector in Anambra and showing keen interest in giving the youths of the state brighter future.
They assured that the people of Ubuluisiuzo and the entire Ihiala are solidly behind the government and pledged to willingly contribute their quota in making the state better and greater.
The commissioner for education assured the community of support in her ongoing efforts to reposition and strengthen her only secondary school through citizens’ efforts “because what you are doing currently in working tirelessly and selflessly to ensure that the children of your community are given qualitative education is the best legacy a people can give their homeland.”
Chief Linus Odiokpu who represented the town’s monarch Eze Dumdum II’s cabinet, Barr. Benneth Udensi, Dr. Bryan Udeh among others were in attendance during the event.