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NOA presents trophy to winner of Fall in Love with Nigeria Competition in Anambra



NATIONAL  Orientation  Agency (NOA), Anambra State Directorate, has presented a trophy  to Nneoma Community Secondary  School,  Nibo, in Awka South Local  Government  Area of the state,  for taking  first position in the Fall in Love with Nigeria  Competition, organised  by the Independent  Corrupt  Practices and Other  Related Offences Commission (ICPC), and the Office  of the Secretary-General to the  Federation in collaboration  with the NOA, for 40 Integrity Clubs in the secondary schools  in  the state.

   Presented also to the school, were a letter of commendation and recognition from the Director General of NOA, Dr Garba Abari, certificate of recognition as the state winner of the competition, register and a booklet for the Integrity Club, among others.

  Making the presentations, the NOA State Director, Charles Nwoji, extolled the staff and students of the school, for exhibiting a high sense of hard work and dedication during the competition.

  Nwoji expressed belief that the emergence of the school as the winner of the competition was a clear indication that the Integrity Club is very active in the school.

  According to him, the Integrity Club was established by the federal government to rejuvenate spirit of morality in the lives of Nigerian students at all levels.

  He explained that the Fall in Love with Nigeria  Competition with the them, ‘My Role  in Making the Nigeria  of my Dream ‘, was held on February 4, 2022, as a pilot  scheme which  affords the students  an opportunity  to portray what they want Nigeria  to be through drama presentation, oratory and poetry.

  While urging the award-winning students of Nneoma Secondary School to embrace hard work as only sure way to achieving an enduring success, the NOA boss pledged that the agency would do all within its power to bring the school to the limelight.

  Also, the Community Sensitisation  and Mobilisation  Officer of NOA in charge  of Awka  South LGA, Mrs Ifeoma Umeh, advised the members of the  Integrity Club of the school  to always  put in practice  what they learnt from the competition  for a successful future.

  Receiving the trophy  and other items, the principal  of the school, Dr Mrs Cordelia Okonkwo, described the competition  as apt now that society is facing a serious deterioration in morality, and encouraged  NOA  to step up  action towards making Nigerian society  better  for all.

  She assured the readiness of the school to participate and maintain its first position in whatever competition that comes to the state and commended NOA for organising the brief ceremony with the aim of honouring the school for its excellent performance.

  In their separate speeches, the coordinator of the  Integrity  Club in the school,  Mrs Dorothy Akuanata Eziofor, the senior prefect of the  school, Master John  Odii, among others, thanked God for  their performance in the competition, saying that they were elated when the  news of their performance filtered  in.

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