Gov’s Wife Donates Notebooks To Schools

THE wife of Delta State Governor and chairperson, “Master Care Foundation”, Mrs. Roli Sheila Uduaghan has called on school children to complement the huge investment of government in education through the payment of external examination fees by studying hard and excelling in their studies.
Mrs. Uduaghan stated this at the weekend when she distributed branded notebooks to primary six pupils in all the primary schools in Ndokwa West Local Government Area as part of her Golden Jubilee celebration which she celebrated late last year in Asaba.
The governor’s wife who was represented by the wife of the Commissioner for Energy, Mrs. Christine Jobome-Emetulu enjoined the pupils to pay serious attention to their studies to enable them actualize their dreams and potentials.
She said the gesture was aimed at encouraging the pupils to aim higher and study harder in order to become influential persons in the society, adding that God is already turning the fortunes of the state around positively to secure the future of the young generation.
Mrs. Uduaghan highlighted the free health care for pregnant women and children between ages 0-5 years and other education policies as landmark achievements of the present administration designed to give children a bright future.
She said, her Master Care Foundation was commissioned to cater for the welfare of the underprivileged through its well laid down programmes mapped out to impact positively on the lives of the vulnerable.
In a sermon, en title” obey for your increase, Mr. Francis Mgbeku said only those who are obedient to the instructions of God, their teachers and parents will prosper and bear fruits, adding that the obedient child will always be successfully and live long as promised by God in the Bible.
Responding on behalf of the Head Teachers of benefiting schools, Mrs. Blessing Ugbome said that the gesture by the wife of the state governor was informed by the need to assist the less privileged as well as the desire to reach out to the younger ones who are in need of assistance in their education.