Prince Osisioma Foundation has donated a set of personal computers to the ICT department of the St Mary Anglican Secondary School, Ukpo in Anambra State.
The foundation also equipped the ICT laboratory with free internet services to allow the students and their teachers engage in modern learning through access to the internet.
In a statement released by the foundation, they said one of their key mandates is educational empowerment, which they have been engaged in over the years.
The statement reads:
Prince Osisioma Foundation made a surprise visit to St Mary Anglican Secondary School Ukpo to donate computers and free internet services for their ICT section.
The teachers and students who could not contain their joy jumped in excitement as the event unfolded.
They thanked the Chairman of the foundation, Prince Dr. Onyeka Nnadozie Eze for being God sent as their pleas to the government and other corporate bodies were ignored.
One of the key mandates of the foundation is educational empowerment and this has been demonstrated once more by this recent outreach.
The foundation, which does not only focus on education but general empowerment of the Nigerian people, took to the streets to distribute clothing materials to elderly women and widows.
In the build up to Easter celebration, our team also went to the market square and in the streets to distribute wrappers to the widows and elderly women.
They couldn’t contain their excitement as they prayed for long life and prosperity for the founder and Chairman of the foundation. Let love lead” the statement continues.
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