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Businessman donates books, shelves worth N10m to five secondary schools in Imo

By Collins Osuji, Owerri
13 September 2023   |   6:08 pm
A businessman and Chief Executive Officer of Pamtech Group, Engr. Chidomere Ndubuisi has donated books and shelves worth Ten Million Naira to five secondary schools in Imo State. The beneficiary schools were Government Secondary School, Owerri; Development Secondary School, Owerri; Owerri Girls Secondary School, Owerri; Holy Ghost College, Owerri and Ikenegbu Girls Secondary School, Owerri.…

Engr. Chidomere Ndubuisi

A businessman and Chief Executive Officer of Pamtech Group, Engr. Chidomere Ndubuisi has donated books and shelves worth Ten Million Naira to five secondary schools in Imo State.

The beneficiary schools were Government Secondary School, Owerri; Development Secondary School, Owerri; Owerri Girls Secondary School, Owerri; Holy Ghost College, Owerri and Ikenegbu Girls Secondary School, Owerri.

Speaking at the inauguration of Spelling Bee competition he organised for schools in the state, Ndubuisi said the gesture was to boost reading culture among students as well as compliment efforts to enhance education standards in the state.

He further disclosed that the project was part of the initiatives and vision of his humanitarian foundation, “Defining a Decade for Adolescents,” aimed at contributing to a better society through quality education.

He said, “this project is dedicated to equipping young people in their teenage years with the tools they need to shape their futures by acquiring quality education.

“It achieves this by introducing them to life-changing personal development books and teaching them the practical art of creating a vision board.”

He continued, “These books have the potential to ignite young minds and set them on a path of growth and success. The impact of adolescents goes beyond books.”

Also speaking on the event which featured seasoned speakers, who shared their personal experiences, Ndubuisi said, “It was targeted at inspiring these young minds to become the best versions of themselves as well as highlight the significance of reading and self-education in shaping one’s future.”

The Pamtech Group boss also emphasized on the power of knowledge and the role of books on the lives and development of young people.

He encouraged adolescents to read self-development books consistently, noting that “self-education is TRUE EDUCATION that gives your life meaning.”

He said, “Today is not only about speeches and inspiration but also about competition and learning. The Spelling Bee competition and Reading Competition provide students with a platform to showcase their language and comprehension skills.”

“It’s a movement that seeks to redefine the future of adolescents by providing them with the knowledge, inspiration, and vision they need to succeed.
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