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Old Students of Auntie Rose Primary School; class of ’93 holds her 1st annual AGM

Old Students of Auntie Rose Primary School, Ugboroke, Effurun Delta State, class of 1993 over the week held its 1st Reunion/Annual General Meeting.

The meeting which was held on April 4, 2021, will be the first time after 28 years of their graduation.

The Alumni who were welcomed to their Alma Mata by the management of the school led by the Principal, Mr. Frank Eruterio, tasked pupils to be studious and show vices that could affect their educational pursuits.

The Principal, Mr. Frank Eruterio in his address, informed the former students on the recent update of the school and the steps the management has taken to ensure the school still remains a leading educational Centre as envisioned by the Founding Proprietress Lady Rosaline AdjemiotaInisiagho A.K.A Mama Rose.

In his address, the President of the ’93 Class, Engr. Djebah Avwerosuo Preston, gave a brief on how the group was founded and stated that this first reunion is like a homecoming for them, especially to show gratitude for their mother, Mama Rose for the exemplary role she played in the lives of all who has passed through her tutelage.

He recounted how “Mama” built the culture of Work, Play and Pray in them, which is the Motto of the school then, noting that it has become a part and parcel of their individual lives and indirectly contributed to the successes of the members in their chosen career, businesses and family endeavours.

The President of the ’93 Class thereafter presented an Award of Honour to Lady Rose Iniasiagho for her remarkable contributions to the development of Education in Delta State.

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An Award of Excellence was also presented to the Principal by the President.

Awards of Excellence were also presented to the Headmaster, Mr. Esealuka John and Mrs. Njokwu Happiness by the Vice President Mrs. Evelyn NkoyoImhansi-Jacob and Reunion Committee Chairman Dr. AkpodieteOlotu.

In closing, Lady Rose Inisiagho also known as Mama Rose expressed joy and thanked God for keeping her to see her children after a long time.

She prayed for the members of the group that they will continue to excel in all their endeavours and admonished them to continue to lift the school higher.



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