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The Governor of Anambra state, Governor Willie Obiano praised students of St. John’s Secondary School, Alor for their prominent and outstanding performance at the International Festival of Engineering, Science and Technology (I-FEST) competition in Tunisia.

The students who represented their school were, Meshach Ugwuishi, Anthony Chuka- Umeora, Daniel Nwachukwu and Dominic Machi, came third out of thirty-one countries that participated in the educative exercise.
Their work titled, “Adaptable Alternative Power Supply for Sub-Saharan Africa”, involved two innovations – an inverter which traps energy from the sun and a single fully backed solar technology panel.

Welcoming the students at the Government House, Awka, Obiano pledged his administration continued investment in the educational sector to assist students realize their potentials.

Dr Nkem Okeke, the deputy Governor praised the students’ quality innovations, underscoring the place of focus and determination towards winning more academic Honours.

He appreciated the students and their teachers for the recognition brought to the state, he also employed the students and the teacher to be more devoted to realizing his vision for the sector.

Earlier, Prof. Kate Omenuhga, commended the students, linking their success to doggedness and proactiveness. She stated that the current administration efforts on qualitative and functional education in the state were already yielding results.

Mr Samuel Otubah, the Principal of the College, noted that the encouragement provided by the school management contributed to the students’ success.

Meshack Ugwuishi, one of the students expressed his joy. He said they were really happy to make their state and country as a whole proud through their innovations.

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