By NED ONUOHA, AWKA
Anambra, Imo and some other States in the federation last week clinched federal government instituted awards for teachers and institutions to celebrate World Teachers Day in the country.
Imo State grabbed the award of having the best private school.
Anambra State Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, C.Don Adinuba, in a statement in Awka, said the State won a total of four prizes for producing the “best public secondary school in the country” “the best secondary school administrator, producing both first and second runners up in the “Best Administrator” category.
According to the statement, Flora Azikiwe Model Secondary school at Neni, Anaocha local government area was recognized as the overall best secondary school, while Rev.Sister Veronica Ifeoma Onwuadi of Maria Regina Model Secondary school in Nnewi was decorated with the Best Administrator prize.
Samuel Izuegbu of Owerre Ezukala Community secondary school in Orumba South Local Government Area and Gabriel Izuegbunam of British Springs School, Awka, emerged first and second runners up respectively.
According to the statement, flora Azikiwe secondary school was presented with an 18 seater bus and Rev. Sister Veronica Of Maria Regina school, Nnewi received a car gift from President Muhammadu Buhari.
Other car prizes at the competition was won by Lagos State for having the best public school teachers and Ogun State for the best private school teacher.