By Abuchi Onwumelu
The member representing Njikoka II in the Anambra State House of Asembly, Hon Dr Sir Pete Ibida, recently presented a cheque to the Good Samaritan Clinic located inside St. Michael’s Model Comprehensive Secondary School, Nimo, in Njikoka Local Government Area of Anambra State, for the maintenance, management and operation of the clinic.
Hon. Ibida was welcomed by the management of St. Michael’s alongside the traditional ruler of Nimo, His Royal Majesty, Owelle Maxi Ike Oliobi. Speaking immediately he arrived at the school, Hon. Ibida expressed joy and contentment with the overall performance of the school’s manager, Rev Fr Walter Okafor, and urged him to maintain the tempo.
He recalled how he contributed to the tutelage of the students of the school in the time past and advised the teachers to adopt the method of ”teaching by induction” as the best methodology in imbuing knowledge into the psyche of the students.
He further encouraged the school management to continue the good work of instilling sound knowledge and ideal values into the students, describing them (students) as future leaders that must be nurtured and moulded to be impressive in erudition and exemplary in morals.
For his part, HRM, Owelle Ike Oliobi, visibly elated with the development of the school on many fronts, described the school as an alma-mater he was proud of. He also applauded the management for their dedication to duty.
The highlight of the event was the presentation of cheque for annual maintenance of the clinic designated for the school and environs.
It will also be recalled that Hon Pete Ibida empowered the clinic of the school for the health of the students and management of the school.