Imeri Navy school to improve standard

By Mary Agidi
The Commandant of the Nigerian Navy Secondary School, (NNSS) Imeri, Jennifer John-Ogudire has said that the management of the school will continue to strive  hard to ensure that its standard is sustained in producing the best.

Ogudire who disclosed that the students performed excellently in the last WAEC by 99 per cent in subjects including English and Mathematics, said the level of discipline and hardwork  demonstrated by the school made it unique.

Speaking with The Hope in Imeri at the weekend while conducting stakeholders, and the Patron of the school, Senator Bode Olajumoke round the school, the Commandant hinted that the population of the school keeps on increasing due to the level of commitment given to the school in terms of facilities and academic performance.

She informed that one of the graduates of the school came first at the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) of the University of Lagos and was admitted to study Medicine.

She however applauded the contributions of the Patron, the Nigeria Navy, and the community towards the enormous developmental changes in the school between 2012 and now.

Olajumoke who visited the students’ hostels to check their welfare and inspected the erected facilities there, commended the pace of development and the Commandant for the achievements recorded so far.

Also speaking, the Owa-Ooro of Agbado Ekiti, Oba Adesina Obafemi who was also at the school, said the presence of the school in the community represents the presence of government in rural areas.

He added that the school is an added advantage to the people in Ondo State and its environs to enroll their children and wards in such a standard and less-expensive school.

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A newly enrolled student, Tom- Kayode Ayegunle who was brought from King’s College, Lagos to NNSS described the school as the best in terms of facilities and teaching, and wished his friends in Lagos could join him there.

According to the Commandant, the school currently has a record of over 800 students admitted from different parts of the country.



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