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Showers Of Praise As Warri Rep Member Ereyitomi Enrols Over 200 Students For SSCE, NECO Exams



By Phil Abha, Warri

Due to his passion for education and to improve on the capacity of younger youths in Warri Federal Constituency, the Member Representing Warri Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Chief Thomas Ereyitomi JP, has enrolled over 200 indigents students across Warri South, Warri North and Warri South-West local government areas that make up the Warri Federal constituency in the ongoing Senior School Certificate Examination, National Examination Council, NECO.

Teachers, students and other Warri federal constituents have showered encomium on Chief Hon. Chief Ereyitomi for making education within his constituency a top priority despite the constraints caused by COVID-19, rather he has remained committed to the development of Warri People at all levels.

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The benefitting students who were visited by Chief Ereyitomi’s high powered team led by Amb. Agbolaya to monitor the smooth conduct of the exams on Thursday, November 12, 2020 expressed joy over the visit and encouragement given them, saying it will boost their studies to do their best out of the exams and further academic pursuits.

Proprietor, Trust International School, Warri, Delta State, Comrade Michael Eboh lauded Chief Ereyitomi for coming to the aide of over 220 students under Warri federal, describing it as massive capital investment on youths in the constituency.

Comrade Eboh revealed that the benefitting students are from the three Warri Federal LGAs, as he appealed to other politicians to emulate the kind gesture of Chief Ereyitomi.

One of the supervisors in the NECO exams, Comrade Godspower Owhofasa expressed delight over the investment on youths by the Warri National Assembly member for better future, adding that in time to come, the beneficiaries won’t forget Chief Ereyitomi.

Spokesman to Chief Ereyitomi, Amb. Toyin Agbolaya on behalf of the NASS member charged the benefitting students to study hard in order to have distinction and credits in all the examination subjects..

Amb. Agbolaya commended Chief Ereyitomi for the enrollment of the indigent students across Warri federal constituency.

He expressed satisfaction over the serenity and seriousness of the students taking the exams and urged them to be decent and remain in high moral in order to excel in their paper.

Furthermore, hr commended the Chief Inspector of Education, Warri South, Sunny Onyenenue Solomon for their supervisory role in maintaining sanity across the examination centres in the local government.

Some of the beneficiaries’ Adun Victor, Jeremiah Israel and Miss Precious Omosowhofa who spoke during the visit prayed for the success of Chief Ereyitomi and Warri federal constituency assuring him that they won’t disappoint and would make sure all beneficiaries are successful in the exams.

The students appealed to Chief Ereyitomi to contest for a second tenure, noting that if he vies again they will vote him again in order for them and other indigent students to get more educational support because of his human and educational advancement agenda.

Other legislative aides of Chief Ereyitomi that joined in the visit include Emmanuel Nunu, Seth Doupregha and the Leader Warri South Legislative Arm, Hon. Kingsley Edafiadjebre.



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