Humanitarian Affairs Commissioner Joins First Lady To Implement Back To School Project In Biase LGA


The Honorable Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs, Dr Mrs Helen Isamoh- Egodo joined forces with the First Lady of Cross River State to execute the Rev Mrs Eyo- Awan Otu Back-to-school project in Akparavuni and Ikot Obo Isamoh Communities in Biase LGA of CRS.

The First Lady of CRS, Rev Mrs Eyo- Awan Otu was ably represented by the Wife of the Member Representing Calabar Municipality, CRSHOA, Mrs Diana Nsemo and accompanied by Bar Ijom Ukam, the Commissioner for Youth Development and Lady Elizabeth Awatt the Special Assistant to the First Lady on Political Matters.

Together, they were able to provide the much-needed educational support to students in the selected schools. The goal was to ensure that every child has equal access to quality education, regardless of their geographical location.

Through this initiative, they distributed essential school supplies such as textbooks, notebooks, School bags, Uniforms, writing materials and the Bibles to these amazing students. Seeing their eyes light up with excitement and gratitude was truly heartwarming.

Education is the key to unlocking a brighter future, and we firmly believe that every child deserves the opportunity to learn and grow. By investing in their education, we are investing in the development of our communities as a whole.

Dr Egodo expressed her deepest gratitude to the First Lady for her unwavering commitment to education and humanitarian assistance, She also commended the government operatives for their invaluable support in making the project a success.

Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, CRS.


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