A research team from the New Globe has arrived Anambra State to begin a Pro Bono landscape survey of Anambra State Schools.
The survey to be conducted in selected schools is aimed at achieving Gov. Chukwuma Soludo’s transformational agenda in Education.
The programme powered by the New Globe has been carried out successfully in countries like Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and India. Currently, the programme is ongoing in Lagos, Kwara, Edo and Bayelsa States of Nigeria.
The team led by Victoria Nsefik-Eyo was on arrival received by the Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh at the Conference Hall of the Ministry of Education, Jerome Udoji State Sectariate Complex, Awka.
While interacting with the team, Commissioner Chuma-Udeh re-stated the commitment and passion of Gov. Soludo toward taking Anambra State education to its zenith.
She said that Mr. Governor’s zeal to bring about a total transformation in the Anambra State’s Education system was unparalleled.
Education Stakeholders present at the event were the Chairman, Anambra State Post Primary Schools Service Commission, Prof. Nkechi Ikediugwu and Chairman Anambra State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Vera Nwadinobi.
The Ag. Director Schools, Ministry of Education, Mrs. Ifeoma Agbaizu and Head of Department, Planning, Research and Statistics, Mr. Chuma Aghanya were also present at the event. (MOI)