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Bonny: NAPPS Advised Against Hike In School Fees

FLOWING PIC - BONNY NAPPSThe Chairman of Bonny Local Government Area Hon. Warisenibo Adonye Wilcox has appealed to the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) Bonny unit against high charges of school fees in the area as parents will not be subjected to difficulties.

Wilcox made the appeal while addressing executives of NAPPS in his office at Bonny, the headquarters of Bonny Local Government Area of Rivers State during a courtesy visit. He said that the present economic meltdown in the country is affecting all and hinders some parents from sending their children to schools of their choice.

The Council Chairman advised against multiple associations in the area; urging to operate under one umbrella so as to ease their effective functions. Saying that his office is open for any objective group that may need his moral support.

Earlier in his speech, the group leader, Rev. Cyril Pollyn thanked the council chairman for the reception accorded them.

Pollyn said that their visit was to formally introduce the newly elected executives of NAPPS in Bonny unit; as well as congratulate him on his appointment as Caretaker Committee Chairman, Bonny Local Government Area.

Rev. Pollyn prayed God Almighty to grant and guide the incumbent Chairman the grace to pilot the affairs the LGA. He assured the council boss that NAPPS will do her best in improving education in the area.

Meanwhile, the new executives of NAPPS are Rev. Cyril Pollyn, Chairman, Rev Abayim – Vice-Chairman, Mrs. Evelyn Owunabo – Secretary, Mrs. Ibitondo Brown – PRO, Rev. Peter Osiodu-Financial Secretary and Mrs. Victoria Christopher-Welfare Officer.

In similar development, the CTC Chairman Bonny also played host to Macaulay women’s group in his office at Bonny.

The council boss charged the women to always leave up to expectation as mothers.

Hon. Wilcox had promise to run an open and all inclusive government while assuring the women that his administration will impact meaningfully to those who are dedicated to service.

Wilcox requested the women group to submit ten names of elderly women among them for a stipend of N10,000 each monthly.

In her remarks, the women leader Mrs. Adeline Green thanked the chairman for his gesture. ###

 

By David Hart

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