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Delta: NAPPS To Hold Children’s Day Fiesta Friday



By Daniel Dafe

All is now set for the 2022 Children’s Day Fiesta event organized by the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Delta State Chapter.

The programme will commemorate this year’s Children’s Day celebration on the 27th of May, 2022

A statement signed by Deacon Monday O. Ifoghere, State chairman and Eric Ejeh, State General Secretary, NAPPS said the theme for this year’s event is ‘Building a Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy Towards A Safe Learning Environment Towards for the Nigerian child’.

According to the statement, the event to commence by 10a.m. will hold simultaneously in designated centers in the various chapters, adding that highlights of the fiesta are School match pass, cultural display, goodwill messages, essay and quiz competition, visit to orphanages and lots more.

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The organizers urged “all participants to put on the customized Ankara.”

See some of the venues for the programme in different centers-

1. Isoko North.
Delta State University of Science and technology stadium, Ozoro.
2. Ika South.
St. Columbus Grammar School, Agbor
3. Ughelli North.
Temple Gate Polytechnic Field, Ekiugbo junction, Ughelli
4. Isoko South.
I. C. S field, Oleh
5. Sapele
Sapele Township Stadium.
6. Uvwie.
Paradise hall, Moshehse Estate.
7.Ethiope East Venue for Children Day
a) Abraka Unit; Stafford School, Abraka
b) Eku Unit; Baptist Mission School, Eku
c)kokori Unit; Suprema School Kokori.

8. Okpe
Nehemiah international School, Okuokoko
9. Aniocha south
Immanuel Nurs/ Primary School Field, Ogwashi Uku
10. Ika North-East. Baptist Academy Field, old Abraka Rd. B.B. Owa
11. Ndokwa West
Novena University Staff School, Kwale.
12. Warri South
Hilltop N/P School, Edjeba, Warri
13. Oshimili South
14. Ughelli South
Otokutu Secondary School


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