Media Aide To Former Delta Attorney General Gives Out Educational Materials To Schools In Delta 

Media Assistant to Dr. Peter Adogbejire Mrakpor (SAN), Akpovoke Treasure Otiti  began distribution of educational materials to public secondary school students in  Delta  on Monday.
Otiti, in a statement issued in Ugheli said that the books were also used to commemorate Nigeria’s 61st Independence Day celebration.
He stated that Mrakpor distributed educational materials to students of Arhavwarien  Grammer  School   and  Edjekota Secondary School,  both  in Ughelli South  and North  respectively, to kick-start the Independence celebration programme.
Otiti while handing  over the notebooks to the student, said that the delay resulted from the fact that schools were on holiday during the celebration.
He stated that  Mrakpor decided to celebrate the nation’s independence with young citizens by propagating his  exemplary attributes manifesting in his love for education and passion for young people.
Otiti noted that his Boss desires that  young citizens, absorbe his leadership qualities to prepare them as responsible and patriotic leaders in the future.
He stressed that young citizens must be guided early in life to adopt excellent qualities derivable through mentoring to guarantee brighter future.
“We believe that these young people will one day control the leadership space. It is important to let them see the beauty of patriotism, loyalty, dedication, humility, inclusiveness, and tolerance which the Former Attorney – General  represents.
“If we miss out on this, then we have lost the opportunity to rightly groom a successor that will drive this nation after this current sets of leaders may have vacated the scene.
“We must be thinking about the prosperity of our nation alongside the quality of generations of her leaders. And this must begin now,’’ Otiti stated.
Addressing the students of Arhavwarien  Grammer School , He admonished them to emulate the former Commissioner  for Justice  to become good citizens.
“If you imbibe the qualities of Dr. P.A Mrakpor you will become good citizens. We are here to share these ideas with you, to galvanise you for a better future,’’ he was quoted as saying.
The school’s vice-principal, Mr A. Ochuko advised the students to use these materials well and to also strive to attain the level of the former Commissioner
A Senior Secondary II student at the school, Kparobo Godswill , won a cash prize for his understanding of some qualities of Dr. Mrakpor  SAN.
He said he aspires to be like Mrakpor  and pledged to inculcate his qualities and show discipline at all times.
“I will always imbibe the qualities of  the former Commissioner  Mrakpor . I think I need to be disciplined everywhere I find myself inwardly and outwardly,’’ he said.
Omamuzo Efidhere

Omamuzo Efidhere is a registered member of the Nigerian Union of Journalist

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