Class 1988 Donates Desks To UDSS


                 By Samuel Otikor



Ahead of the resumption of normal academic activities A in the educational sector after forced closure due to Coronavirus disease pandemic, a set of former students of the University Demonstration Secondary School under the aegis of Class 1988 donated a total of 50 student desks to the School to assist its infrastructural growth. Speaking on behalf of the Class before handing over the desks, Mrs Magdalene Umoh, disclosed that the Class earlier visited the School last February for on-the-spot-assessment of the state of the School that laid strong foundation for its former students. “From our visit in February, we came up with a list of items that the School needed. One critical need was the desk and we all supported it. We voted for the provision of desk not just because of coronavirus, but we don't like the idea of cramming students together. We will go back and plan for another homecoming not as a class but alumni of the School,” Mrs Umoh disclosed. In his reaction, UDSS Principal, Mr Fidelis Weleria, lauded the UDSS Class of 1988 for the donation. “On behalf of the Management, staff and students, I wish to express my profound joy and gratitude to Class 1988 for providing a relief of 50 desks to assist the students sit comfortably to receive lectures in the classrooms,” the Principal said. In a similar development, the Management of the School, has unveiled a five-room toilet facility built by the School with the approval of the Board of Governors chaired by Professor Barisua Nwinee.       

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