The West African People’s Institute Old Students’ Association (WAPIOSA) Calabar, paid a courtesy visit to the Cross River Commissioner for Education, Senator Stephen Odey Ph D in his office earlier today. The visit was the initiative of the Obong of Calabar, His Eminence Ndidem Ekpo Okon Abasi Otu, led by Dr Asuquo Ene the Association Secretary and other members was to intimate the Commissioner about some challenges affecting their Alma-mater, also making some positive recommendations as follows:

1. Appeal for the control of erosion that is ravaging the WAPI school compound.
2. Request for your assistance to recover the missing items back to the school; For instance,
(a) the principal’s office was tastefully furnished but all furnitures carted away.
(b) Set of computers donated by Hon.Eta Mbora for the training of students, as well as generated revenue for the School which should have gone a long way in assisting the government are missing.
(c) Building meant for installation of those computers is now used for accommodating corps members serving in the school.
3. Kindly reshuffle the school academic staff, amongst others.

The Commissioner warmly received and thanked the WAPI Old Students’ Association for bringing to his notice all the aforementioned requests and promised swift intervention, while commending them for striving hard to maintain and protect the image of the school, thereby complementing Government’s efforts, stressing that the Governor Otu-Led administration is very committed and determined to transform the education sector and is formulating reforms that will totally restore core values in our education sector.

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