The deputy governor of Cross River State, His Excellency, Elder Prof. Ivara Ejemot Esu, OFR extolled Biase students.
Ivara Esu who played hosts of Biase students in a courtesy visit in the government house, Calabar on Tuesday, says he is so proud of Biase students as there have never been any records of cultism and other forms of social vices in their activities, hence, always focused in their academics gearing toward achieving why there are sent to schools.
Prof Ivara Esu in his remark noted that there are no better understandings of academics than, the students knowing what is sent to go & do thereby bringing credits home to parents & the society at large, as an educated child is not just an achievement to himself, but as well as to the society he also belongs.
“I appreciate the inherent capacities of your determination to be successful in your academics against all odds, our government envisioned programmes will help secure your present and future. You acted with hoped believing strongly that you can bequeath a better Biase and the society with the resolve to conquer it adversities”, he said.
Prof Ivara Esu also noted that school associations are veritable and formidable machineries to foster the students social coexistence in achieving their wills.
Earlier, Comr Edem Omatey, the president National Association of Biase students -World Wide poured words of encomiums on the deputy governor, lauds his achievements, he used the medium and enumerated the plights of Biase students even as he also solicits his support toward hosting a successful Biase students week programme that is targeted at demonstrating the Unity & Oneness of Biase in truism.
A commemoration of events that will be featuring seminars, quiz’s, talent hunts, pageantry, award nights, football competitions, cultural display among others coming up on the 12-15 December, 2018 at the Biase Local Government Council.
Omatey described the deputy governor as a consummate administrator and leader whose achievements have immensely impacted Biase people and Nigeria at large.
Other highlights of the meeting were the presentations of a well deserved award of honour by Comr Omatey, president National Association of Biase students -World Wide to the deputy governor and the offer of a Carnival band to the deputy governor with the presentation of the “Ivara Esu Carnival band T-shirts” ahead of the upcoming NABS-WW Students week.