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Enugu NAPPS to hold NAPPS Day Celebration October 12
Ernest Ikechukwu Ugwu

Enugu NAPPS to hold NAPPS Day Celebration October 12


Following her usual practice, the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Enugu State Chapter, will hold her 2023 NAPPS Day.

The celebration scheduled for Thursday October 12, 2023, by 10am at the popular Michael Okpara Square, Enugu is themed ‘Sustainability For Tomorrow’s Generation: NAPPS Unites For Climate Action’.


Speaking to our Enugu correspondent on the significance of the October 12 NAPPS Day Celebration in the state, the Enugu state chairman of the association, Comrd. Ernest Ikeugwu said the celebration is a day Proprietors of private schools gather to discuss issues, proffer solutions and make their stand known while rewarding students, teachers and schools.

He noted that although the event is organized by proprietors of private schools, the general public are encouraged to be in attendance.

In his words: “The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) Enugu state executive council is set to hold her 2023 NAPPS DAY.


“It is already an established fact that private schools hugely contribute to the educational development of Nigeria. We compensate, sometimes taking the lead in, government efforts to standardizing education in our nation.

“In line with our tradition, all private schools in Enugu state will observe the day as a public holiday. Proprietors and schools will turn out in their numbers. Students and Pupils of different schools will put up different performances and part of what we will do is to reward the best performing schools.

“The invitation to the NAPPS day is an open one. The general public is invited to witness the epoch making event”.

Our correspondent gathered from the Organising Committee’s Chairperson, Lady Lily Okechukwu that the Executive Governor of Enugu State, Dr. Peter Mbah is expected to grace the celebration as the Chief Guest of Honour.


She further added that accreditation for the celebration starts by 7.30am.


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