Odin-Etuwewe boosts education with donations

The member representing Bateren Ward in Warri South-West Legislative Arm, Hon. Emiko Odin-Etuwewe, has


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Odin-Etuwewe boosts education with donations
From left: Stephen Ejise, Siloko Ezekiel, Lucky Alatan, Fenemigho Godwin, Hon. Emiko Odin-Etuwewe, Prince Friday Etuwewe & Ayenowonwon, during the presentation

 

The member representing Bateren Ward in Warri South-West Legislative Arm, Hon. Emiko Odin-Etuwewe, has presented over three thousand 40 leaves exercise books to schools in Orere Federal Ward, along the Benin River axis of Warri South-West Local Government Area, as part of efforts to boost education in the coastal communities.

 

 

Hon. Emiko Odin-Etuwewe making his remarks, before presenting the books

 

 

While presenting the books to head teachers and representatives of Ologbosere Primary School, Bobi, Omateye Primary School, Bateren-Kporo, Iye Primary School-Deghele, Eri Primary School, Agogboro and Iye Primary School, Orere-Yanagho, Hon. Odin-Etuwewe, explained that the gesture was as his resolve to emulate the legacies of Hon. Daniel Mayuku, who made education more lucrative for teachers and pupils in the area.

 

The Warri South-West lawmaker in an exclusive chat with Our Senior Correspondent, disclosed that the donations which is under, ‘Raise the Future Foundation’, an Emiko Odin-Etuwewe Initiative, E.O.E., is an annual exercise.  

 

 

From left: Stephen Ejise-Iye Primary School, Deghele, Siloko Ezekiel-Ologbotsere Primary School, Bobi, Mrs. Adodo Grace Alero- Omateye Primary School, Bateren, Hon. Emiko Odin Etuwewe, Lucky Alatan-Iye Primary School, Orere-Yanagho & Gbadura Ayenowonwon-Eri Primary School

 

Mr. Stephen Alatan, who responded on behalf of the head teachers, appealed to Hon. Emiko to discourage parents from withdrawing their children from the riverine schools and taking them to urban schools, saying it is not helping education grow in the area.

Mr. Alatan called on the relevant authorities to repair dilapidated school buildings in the riverine communities, just as he enjoined indigenes of the coastal communities to provide enabling environment for teaching and learning to thrive in the area.

 

An indigene of Bateren, Prince Friday Etuwewe and Mr. Fenemigho Godwin from Deghele, commended Hon. Emiko for the kind gesture.

 



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Celestine Chijoke Ukah
Senior Correspondent of Fresh Angle International. I have a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and have undertaken a training in Advance Writing and Reportorial Skills
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