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Through Anambra on Air broadcast, Anambra teacher gets international call-up



… Program commended for giving Anambra teachers global visibility

ANAMBRA Teaching on Air broadcast program series which was originally established to sustain the teaching of pupils who were made to leave schools to prevent the spread of coronavirus, as well as prepare Anambra students for examinations, has been praised as an innovation by the Ministry of Basic Education in collaboration with the Anambra Broadcasting Service, as well as an exposure of Anambra teachers to global visibility.

This was shown in an appreciation message to the Basic Education Commissioner, Prof. Kate Azuka Omenugha by one of the teachers participating in the program, Mr Kenneth Nweke.

Mr Nweke, who taught Physics in the program stated that he has been invited by two Phd students from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of London, UK , to participate in a conference relating to alternating current circuit, a topic which he treated in first outing of the program.

He appreciated Prof. Omenugha for her efforts in projecting Anambra teachers.

Also in continuation of efforts to realise the mandate of Gov. Willie Obiano of ensuring that the learning needs of all are met, junior secondary and primary schools in Anambra State have been accommodated in the Anambra Teaching on Air, an Anambra Broadcasting Service program in collaboration with the Ministry of Basic Education.

A release from the Basic Education Commissioner, Prof Kate Omenugha enjoins parents and teachers to encourage students and pupils to be part of the teachings by tuning in to ABS on Mondays to Fridays 7-8am for junior secondary schools lessons and 9.30 to 10.30am for primary pupils

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