National Association of Sea dogs donatesd items to a primary School in Umuahia


The National Association of Sea Dogs,Umuahia branch on Wednesday visited Ezeleke Primary School  located at Umuokpara,Umuahia South Local government Area,Abia State. 

Mr Emeka Obioma, a member of the association  while adressing the pupils and teachers during the event,expressed utmost joy being in their midst. "It is my priviledge to be here" he said.

Mr Emeka spoke on being a former pupil of the school and therefore thanked the teachers and the national association  of sea dogs,a charity  organization for deeming it fit to give back to the society.

In a similar vein Dr Stanley Okereke,a member  of the association while speaking with the 

Students encouraged them to observe all covid-19  guidelines stressing  that the virus is very much alive.he said "you must endeavour  to wash your hands often,use handsanitizer when necessary and also maintain social distancing".

In his remarks, the president of the national association  of sea dogs umuahia branch,Mr Chiemeke Iroha maintained that the association  has a social  responsibility to preform  the functions required of her.According to him "We are the voice of the  voiceless, we make sure things are done the right way.

The President  equally  expresed his willingness to draw the attention  of the government  on the need to provide basic infrastructures  for the school.He also advised  the students to practice covid-19 protocols.

At the end of the event,items such as toilet rolls,Buckets,packs of hand sanitizers and face masks were distributed  to the schools.

The philanthropic  organziation also donated cash gifts to the schools and equally pledged that some pupils' schools fees will be paid for one (1) year.

One of the beneficiaries, a pupil named Igbojionu Favour thanked the association  for their kind gesture towards the school.

 The association at the end advised the jubilant pupils to always perform at their best at all tasks and never ro rest on their oars.

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