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List of Schools Handed Over To Original Church Owners By Governor Obi

11/30/11

List of Schools Handed Over To Original Church Owners By Governor Obi

*Nigeria: List of Schools Handed Over To Original Church Owners By Governor Obi

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Awka, Anambra State capital, was agog November 21 this month, when Governor Obi handed over a total of 1040 primary schools back to their original Church owners who were equally given six billion naira(N6b) to maintain them. The N6b is to be distributed to the affected churches over a 15 month period based on the number of schools owned by each Church.

Below is a list of the schools ( a total of 757 schools ) so handed over to affected Churches.

List of schools handed over by Governor Peter Obi
CLICK FOR THE COMPLETE LIST OF SCHOOLS HANDED OVER (757 in all).

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4 comments

Comment from: Solomon omotoso [Visitor]
Solomon omotosoGov Obi has brought sanity, fairplay and honesty into the art of governance, especially in Anambra state. It is now clear to all and sundry that you can win election freely and govern a state well without having or bowing to political godfathers.
Other state govs in Nigeria should learn from Gov Peter Obi and stop pursuing removal of oil subsidy.
12/01/11 @ 10:59
Comment from: JOHN C [Visitor] Email
JOHN CGov Obi is the best thing dat has ever happend to us since the creation of our state in 1991, so my dear people of Anambra state let us support him and leave those dat are giving us empty promises b/c they dont have us in mind. They are all wolves in sheep clothing.I am John from Aguata L.G.A.
12/04/11 @ 09:12
Comment from: Agbai Iyke [Visitor]
Agbai IykeObi is living ahead of his time.Many people in Anambra will not realize that this move has guaranteed the continued lead of Anambra as one of the few states where quality education and good social morals for children who would shape the future can be instilled.I doff my hat for such a visionary leader in Gov. Peter Obi.I wish my state Governor Orji has half such vision except sacking non-indigenes.
12/22/11 @ 19:51
Comment from: Onwudiwe paulinu Ekene. [Visitor]
Onwudiwe paulinu Ekene.The Governor is trying his best to put the state in other.i think we give him our supports in every possible ways we can for the interest of us and ours future generations.
Handing school over to the church is good,i think proper care and quality study should be taken as well as bringing our children with fear of God.Lets give him our support,he will do more.
12/22/11 @ 21:47

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