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PRESIDENT of  National Union of Anambra State Students(NUASS), Okwuchukwu Okonkwo, with Kyrian Onyeagusi,  Ugonwa Chioma, Okafor Nkemdilim Favour, Mbadugha Blessing Amarachukwu and Obigwe Kenechukwu, recently  visited Anambra Newspapers and Printing Corporation (ANPC), Publishers of National Light,  Ka O Di Taa,  SportslightXTRA and Homeland.

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ANPC, Sir Chuka Nnabuife,  alongside the Editor of National Light group of newspapers, Mrs Rose Oranye and a renowned writer, Uzor Maxim Uzoatu, welcomed the NUASS and promised to be in their conference.

Nnabuife charged them to love one another and use the conference as a means to educate the youth. 

 “Gradually, Anambra will evolve into a level where we will be youths-friendly although we are but we’ll be very youths- oriented. Anambra State Governor, Dr. Willie Obiano has retained the A level of education promotion and many laurels we have won, internationally, nationally and locally justify that and I pray that your generation will excel in all you do”, Nnabuife said.

 President of NUASS, Okonkwo, a student of Soil Science and Land Resources Management, expressed happiness for the warm welcome in ANPC. He said, “we came to pay a visit to the National Light Newspapers, give the Managing Director and Chief Officer, Sir Chuka Nnabuife,  an applause for his good works and also, throw more light on the concern for the government to pay attention to us especially in the aspect of providing a bus and caring for our welfare. We plead with the  governor, Dr. Willie Obiano to hear our cry and help us”.

Okonkwo further said that they will be holding a national conference on October 8, which is going to hold in Awka, tagged, ‘The Role of Nigerian Youths in Nation Building’, “and we will have delegates from all institutions in Nigeria. We also started an initiative called ‘keep 100 in school’.

 He explained that keeping 100 in school is to reach out to people that are orphans or those that can’t afford to see themselves through school. “Keeping 100 doesn’t end in 100, it can come in 1,000, 5,000 and more. We are pleading to our government,  ndi Anambra  to partner with us in this project because on the day of the conference, we are going to be giving out scholarship to some students that cannot afford to see themselves through school.

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