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MIS Commends RSG Security Network During JAMB

The security Network provided in the state by the Rivers State government during the just concluded Joint Admission and matriculation Board (JAMB) examination has been described as one of the best in recent times and a demonstration of the realization of Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi’s repositioning of the educational system with all amount of seriousness.
Speaking to newsmen in his office recently, Mr. Goodlife J. Matthew, Head of Department (HOD) of Science department, Malvan International School, Eleoparanwa, Port Harcourt, said since the school was given hosting right of almost all the national, primary and post primary schools examinations which include JAMB, NECO and G.C.E., the level of positive participation of all security agencies, the police, civil defence Corps and in some areas the army in this year’s JAMB examination in Rivers State showed that it is out to pursue education emergency policy with vigour.
According to Matthew, “in Malvan International School there was no case or examination malpractice in any manner or form and by the grace of God it will never be. This is because, there are qualified teachers, professionals for that matter and that they are men and women who believe in their pride, integrity and always ready to join in the efforts of Rivers State government to positively reposition education in whatever strategies deemed necessary.”
He pointed out that before any child is given admission into the school, the school authorities usually briefed their parents on how discipline is given high regards, more especially in the area of children performance both in the class work and examinations at all levels.
He stressed that the school is fully equipped with science laboratory facilities of all standards, stocked with books.
“We are up to date in all requirement of a school. This has given us the opportunity to stand taller than our contemporaries in the area, hence given the hosting right of all national, primary and post primary examinations by the government,” he stated.
Further, Mr. Matthew emphasized, “As a school we are performing creditably well in school sports and presently the state champion in spelling competition organized by Rotary Club of Nigeria.”
Reacting to a recent publication by one of the national dailies, the Head of Science department of the school, Mr. Matthew, said he is aware that no journalist or a reporter of any calibre actually came to the school during the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board examination and that he is also aware pressmen are expected to work with facts. “There is a professional ethic that calls for the confirmation of their facts and or going to the source to cross check their facts. Apart from now that I am addressing you people, I have not seen any journalist in this school, therefore all that is stated in the said story in the Sun newspaper must have been manipulated by those who are jealous of Malvan International school’s development and should be discountenanced. We shall continue to pursue our education programme in the right direction and give the Rivers State government the required support to adequately put the education emergency policy in its right of place,” the HOD concluded. ###

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