By Daniel Njienue, June 29, 2021, News/Comments
UGHELLI-In a bid to complement both the State and Federal government’s effort towards repositioning education in the country, is the drive behind Mark C Orgu’s Intellectual Property (Towards building human capacity) MCIP), training of a selected Secondary School teachers in Orogun, who are involved in teaching technical and vocational subjects. According to the Convener, Mark C. Orgu, a bubbling Journalist, Author, and educationist, said, that, government cannot do it alone in education but need the support of well-meaning Nigerians. The Convener who hail from Orogun stated that, with the transformation going on in the area through the current approval of a Federal Polytechnic, initiated by the Deputy Senate President, Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, it has become necessary to complement it by beginning to train the minds of the teachers to imbibe the culture of impacting technical and vocational knowledge for the students in their schools for a better future.
The 2-day training will hold in Aragba-Orogun town hall on July 15-16, in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, as resource persons include, Dr. Goodnews Agbodigi, Dr. (Mrs) Veronica Ogbuagu, Dr. (Mrs) Juliana Azonuche, and Dr.(Mrs) Mabel Imobighe. Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, the Deputy Senate President and the Commissioner of Skill and technical education are expected to deliver keynote address. Also expected is the Honourable Commissioner of Basic/Secondary Education. Chairman of the day is Olorogun (Barr) Benson Ndakara, President-General of Orogun Kingdom. Meanwhile, prominent Orogun Indigenes, Major-Gen. Victor Odeka retd, Chief (Dr) Sunday Ovba JP, Mr. Paul Aghanenu and Orogun Progress Union, United Kingdom have lauded the initiative, saying it is a welcome development.
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