President Presenting Books, Computers and EVD Screening gadgets to MUS High School

President Presenting Books, Computers and EVD Screening gadgets to MUS High School

Barely two months since he assumed office as the International President of MbohoMkparawa Ibibio, Akparawa Monday Etokakpan hascommencedinfrastructural renaissance at Mboho Unity Schools, the legacy institutions owned and managed by the Mboho.

This is in line with the pledge Akparawa Etokakpan made during his inauguration as the 9th International President of the foremost Ibibio socio-cultural organization on July 24 this year. Already the school compound is now wearing a new look as all the blocks in both the High School and the Nursery/ Primary arms of the Institution have been given face-lift while new mowers have been acquired to keep their expanse premises neat and tidy always.

Speaking at his first meeting with the Parents and Teachers Association (PTA) of the institutions at the Schools’ compound in IduUruan, the Mboho’s helmsman reaffirmed the commitment of his administration towards the improvement of infrastructure and academic standard in the model institutions.

On his modest achievements in the schools over the last two months, Akparawa Etokakpan who had earlier commended his predecessors for giving the institutions a solid foundation, informed the PTA meeting that the broken-down borehole and plumbing systems in the school had been fixed to full functionality. He also informed the meeting that fifty new dual desks have been acquired while the old ones have been repaired.

President Presenting Books, Computers and EVD Screening Equipment for Nursery/Primary Schools

President Presenting Books, Computers and EVD Screening Equipment for Nursery/Primary Schools

The International President of MbohoMkparawa Ibibio who informed the excited parents that the schools recorded hundred percent success in all external exams in the last academic year also reported that the secondary arm of the institution, the Mboho High School now has full accreditation as a centre for the West African Examination Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council(NECO) final year examinations. He also announced an increment in staff salaries with effect from this month October, 2014 to encourage optimal service delivery from the workers.

On his other plans for the school, Akparawa Etokakpan informed the parents and teachers that work will soon begin at the abandoned storey building block as well as the construction of a befitting gate house for the school. While pledging the completion of the ongoing dormitory block, Akparawa Etokakpan announced plans by the Europe High Commission of the Mboho to construct a befitting Main Hall for the school. On the perimeter fence project part of which is sponsored by Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited, the Mboho’s President appealed to the company to complete the project to safeguard lives and property as well as to prevent encroachment on the schools’ land.

Highpoint of the meeting was the presentation of various text books and other educational materials donated by the Chairman, London Chapter of the Mboho Mkparawa Ibibio, Akparawa-anwanAniefonama Jacob, computers and accessories donated by some members of the Lagos Chapter of the organization and some Ebola Virus Disease Screening gadgets to the school.

In his remarks, the PTA Chairman of the Schools, Elder Anthony Alfred on behalf other parents commended Akparawa Monday Etokakpan and members of his Executive Council for the drive at improving the standard in the schools and pledged the cooperation of all parents. He applauded the high standard of academic performance in the schools and encouraged other parents to register their wards in the schools for qualitative education and rapid results.

Speaking on behalf of the teachers, the Principal of the Mboho High School, Mr. Basil Inyang and the Head Teacher, Mboho Nursery and Primary School, Pastor (Mrs.) Ekereobong Moffat applauded the leadership of MbohoMkparawa Ibibio for the establishment and sustenance of the high standard in the schools and reaffirmed the commitment of staff to the sustenance of the academic standard of the schools in line with global best practices.