The Vice Chairman of Pine Crest Group of schools, Enugu, Ifenyinwa Chiejina, has emphasized the need to focus on the educational upbringing of children, which she said is key to economic emancipation, self-realization, emotional and social intelligence.
Chiejina, who stated this at the colorful 18th graduation ceremony of the school, held over the weekend in Enugu, expressed satisfaction at the excellent performances of the graduands, describing it as an evidence of consistent hard work and the school’s all-inclusive system of education.
The vice chairman, while congratulating the graduands, highlighted some of the qualities that set the school apart from others..
A parent to one of the graduating students, Nma Nwando, described the school as a pace setter, commending it for impacting positively in the lives of children.
Meanwhile, an elated Sonia Nnamani, the best graduating student in college, expressed her heartfelt gratitude to her parents and the school for their support all through her stay at school.
Urban radio correspondent, Ifeoma Nwabufoh, who was present at the 18th graduation ceremony said the occasion was graced by some dignitaries, including the chairman of the All Progressive Congress APC in the State, Ugochukwu Agballa, the gubernatorial candidate of the party, Uchenna Nnaji, among others.
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