Popular Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie took to his Instagram handle to celebrate his sixteen-year-old first daughter, Danielle Edochie on her graduation from secondary school, IgbereTV reports.
He shared photo of himself, his wife and Danielle, with the caption;
“Big Congratulations to my daughter, my first child @danielleyuledochie as she graduates from secondary school today.
Mummy @mayyuledochie and Daddy are proud of you and we love you so much.
Thank you to the Almighty God for all the blessings.”
NYSC Leave Sample Letter For Corps Members
Take note the following;
Do not travel after submitting the leave application letter to NYSC. You are to wait until your request is granted.
Before you submit the leave application letter to the NYSC, ensure you have completed documentation at your PPA.
You are to submit the leave application letter to the NYSC state coordinator in the state of deployment, through your Local Government Inspector (LGI) or Zonal Inspector (ZI) as the case maybe.
Do not spend more than the period granted for you on the leave application letter.
Kindly use this permission format to REQUEST for your two(2) weeks BREAK when you get to your PPA local government area.
(Your PPA address)
The State coordinator,
NYSC (Your State of deployment)
the Zonal Inspector
the Local Government Inspector
(Your PPA head),
PERMISSION TO TRAVEL
I, _ with state code No
wish to seek your permission to travel for two weeks, from to to enable me bring my properties over from home and settle down for work at my Place of Primary Assignment.
Thanks for your consideration.
NANS President commends AOIYEO leadership on youths security, welfare
Preident, National Asociation of Nigerian Students, NANS, Comrade Sunday Asefon, has commended Commandant Isaac David, Executive Director and President Abuja Original Inhabitants Youths Empowerment Organisation, AOIYEO, and its leadership on their efforts over youths welfare and security.
Asefon gave the commendation when he paid a courtesy visit to AOIYEO leadership at its headquarters in Abuja today.
In his words, Comrade Asefon expressed solidarity with the enviable work of AOIYEO on students and youth empowerment. He specifically cited the humanitarian efforts of evacuation of FCT students from the recent crisis in Jos the plateau state capital.
In all, he pledged the continue support for AOIYEO and that NANS identifies with it on all fronts, saying the leadership style and vision of the Executive Director was deeply appreciated as it reflects youths centrism .
Sit-At-Home: Private Schools Turn Saturdays To Working Days In Enugu
Some private schools in Enugu State now hold classes on Saturdays following the ‘collapse’ of academic activities on Mondays as a result of the sit-at-home order issued by the Indigenous People of Biafra.
The group instituted the order to press home their demand for the release of their leader Nnamdi Kanu.
Kanu is facing treason charges for running a proscribed organisation.
Some of the school proprietors interviewed warned against mentioning their names and their schools for security reasons.
One of them, located at Emene, Enugu, said, “It is an internal measure adopted by the school management and the parents to make up for lost grounds. The academic curriculum runs whether we go to school or not. And the pupils and students write the same external exams as their counterparts outside this region.
“Instead of allowing Mondays to waste just like that, we devised a means. Our supposed academic activities on Mondays now hold on Saturdays.”
A principal of a private school, along University Market road at Nsukka, on condition of anonymity, said, “We won’t allow the education of our children to die just like that. As such, we deliberated on the way forward, and converted our Mondays to Saturdays. That is the only way we fill the vacuum of the sit-at-home. We wouldn’t like to risk any child’s life.”
A parent, Cajethan Odo, said, “It is to the advantage of pupils and parents. We pay the school fees accordingly. So, we commend the school authorities for the innovations. I am personally happy.”
A pupil in one of the schools said she was happy. In her words, “On Saturdays, we come to school. We learn what we usually learn on Mondays. I am happy because all my friends come to school.”
THE WHISTLER reports that despite the cancellation of the sit-at-home order by the IPOB, general activities on Mondays in the southeast region of the country have remained paralysed as unknown gunmen use Mondays to perpetrate their activities.