…becomes the first school in Nigeria to be so honoured
By Simeon OSAJIE
The International Association of World Peace Advocate in collaboration with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals has inuagurated school club, an arm of the body in Brano Group of School, Egor Local Government Area of Edo state
With the inauguration, Brano Group of School becomes the first school in Edo State and Nigeria to be so honoured with the school club of the association.
In his brief address at the occasion, the Proprietor of the school, Ambassador Gabriel Okhihan appreciated IAWPA for the inauguration and for choosing Brano school as pioneer club and also for the promotion of peace so that the society will be a better place for us all.
He used the occasion to advice parents to ensure the proper monitoring of their children and to teach them good morals and acknowledging that the teachers only have little part to play in the monitoring of the children, pointing out that once the children closes from school, it is now the duties of the parents to follow up by knowing how they are faring academically.
The proprietor said he was happy to be part of the epic making event and the visions of promoting peace in the society.
He admonished students of Brano Group of School to take their membership of IAWPA school club serious for the benefits of the society pointing out that where there is peace there is always progress and development.
On his part, the Edo State Cordinator and Director of South-South of International Association of World Peace Advocate, Amb. Amos Arelogbe urged the students to embrace peace advocate and be a shining example to their peer group and to always obey the rules and laws of the land so as not to get into problem.
He described students as the future of Nigeria and urged them to try as much as possible to be good ambassador both at home and to the society pointing out that no teacher is wicked like they always say but only want the best out of them.
He urged them to aspire to be a role modern in any where they find themselves and not bring shame to the school and keep away from criminal tendencies adding that when pressurized to join any negative group, they should immediately notify their parents or their teachers.
Amb. Arelogbe opined that as member of IAWPA school club, they have alot to benefit, like moral upbringing, agriculture, economics, skill acquisition and others that will affect them positively.
Highpoint of the occasion was the inauguration and presentation of identity cards to students of Brano Group of School who are members of the IAWPA school club.
There was special exhibition by the students of the school to the delight of the people present, amongst were the production of solar generator, production of MP3 with a carton and architectural design of a three storey building.