Give Needed Support To State Chairman, NAPPS Members Called

Ifeanyi Omenogor –

Delta State members of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools ( NAPPS) have been called to give needed support to the current state chairman of NAPPS, Deaconess Precious Nwanne Young, to enable the association move to a greater height.

Deacon Monday Ifoghere, the immediate past Chairman of the association made the call during the thanksgiving ceremony of the state chairman at Ogwashi-Uku.

Deacon Ifoghere, while saying that members of the Association should give Deaconess Young double of their maximum  cooperation, he described Deaconess Young as vibrant, calm, calculative and a committed goal getter.

Hon. Erhimu Nelson, former Ethiope East, NAPPS chairman and now an elder statesman, said Deaconess Young was the first woman to be elected NAPPS chairman in Delta State, urging the members to give her support.

Honourable Erhimu said Deaconess Young is a virtuous woman, hardworking, humble, meek and gentle, adding that her election was an act of God.

The pioneer president of NAPPS, Bishop Felix Mikpoyibo and the South South President, Dr Ochuko Akpeme at the program , lauded the  quality leadership of Deaconess Young, opining that she would move the association to a greater height.

Others who spoke to newsmen during the thanksgiving, were Mr James Okhiria, the Public Relations Officer of the association, Comrade Uche Sholokwu, NAPPS chairman, Aniocha North Local Government Area, Mrs Chukwuma Priscillia, Aniocha South, NAPPS chairman, and Reverend George Akawe of Assemblies of God branch one Ogwashi-Uku,  all thanked God for the success of Deaconess Young election and successful inauguration.

They said Deaconess Young is wonderful, committed and highly focus, adding that she performs her duties with the fear of God.

Earlier in her address, the state chairman of NAPPS, Deaconess Precious Nwanne Young  said the program was organized to thank God for successful election and inauguration.
She advised the members to work together as a team, to move the body forward.

Deaconess Young said NAPPS, Delta State wing was ten years already, adding that the Association has made giant stride with a lot of success to show.

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