DRBS and the making of Enugu state JAMB champion


By Ejike Anyaduba

Divine Rays British School (DRBS) Obosi, Anambra State, may not easily provoke the attention accorded a few schools presumed to be the best in Nigeria perhaps because of its relative newness. But the school which is barely six years old has no less grooming skill than the best,  and has since attained academic grandeur yet to be equaled by any of its contemporaries. In fact, the achievements of schools its age if pitted against the DRBS's, easily pale in comparison.       


NEMA takes pro-active, robust steps to contain flood disaster in South-East


The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), says it has taken pro-active and robust steps to contain flood in states within the South-East, especially those in riverine and low land communities.

The South-East Coordinator of NEMA, Mrs Ngozi Echeazu, disclosed this to newsmen in Enugu on Monday, while fielding questions on NEMA’s practical steps to contain and reduce impact of flooding in the zone.

Enugu tricycle union members give vote-of-confidence on Ozeh, Ikah leadership

Members of Association of Tricycle Riders Transport Union (ATRTU) Enugu State have given a vote-of-confidence on its current Chairman, Mr Sunday Ozeh, for his exemplary and people-focused leadership.

The ATRTU union members also gave a vote-of-confidence on its current Board Chairman, Mr Benjamin Ikah, for his exemplary fatherly guidance and peaceful disposition.


NGOs present water sector award to Gov. Mbah, as 20,000-litre water project is inaugurated


WaterAid Nigeria and South Saharan Social Development Organisation (SSDO) have presented “A Pillar of Water Sector Award” to Gov. Peter Mbah of Enugu State for his visionary focus on water provision.

Evelyn Mere, Country Director of WaterAid Nigeria, presented the award on behalf of the NGOs during the inauguration of the 20,000-litre motorized borehole in Ukwuinyi community of Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area (LGA) of Enugu State on Saturday.


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