PARENTS MUST MAKE OUT AMPLE TIME CHILD UP BRINGING - MADUMERE
Last Thursday, March 20, 2014, Imo Deputy Governor Prince Eze Madumere, MFR, who was announced the Mentor of Owerri City Secondary School by Governor Rochas Okorocha, has called on the parents to create ample time for their children.
Prince Madumere who has also begun his primary responsibility with distribution of the stockings and shoes ensuring that parents participated and that no child was injured during the exercise.
Prince Madumere who is popularly known as Mr. humility reeled out what his primary duties are for his children. He also spoke to the parents of the children telling them about the need for the synergy among them with the teachers and himself. He further expressed the importance of their participation is to Imo State government.
He said his Friday visit was not only to ensure the safety of the children during the distribution of the free shoes and stockings but to rob mind with the teachers, the parents and the students to find out what their immediate challenges were.
While calling on the children to be hard working, he challenged them to show the stuff they are made by working hard to justify Governor Okorocha's lavishing gesture on them. He also called on the parents to ensure that they monitor the activities of their children in school.
However, Dr. Obinna Egbuchulam, the Principal of the school assured the Deputy Governor of their resolve to give their best to the children. He also said the their children are well behaved as they have been able to boost their self esteem.
Imo Deputy Governor who spent over five hours in the school, promised to liase with the teachers to churn out weekly inspirational programmes for the students. He assured both the administrative and academic staff of the school of his poise to make the school the best among equals.
It will recalled that Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, while flaghing off this year's payment of stipends to Imo Students also kick-started Mentorship, which he says will engender competition among schools and their mentors.