By Usman Shuaibu
The authorities of Peace and Unity International School, Suleja in Niger State have completed arrangements to take seventy (70) students of the school to visit the National Museum as well the Rehabilitation Centre for small children in Kaduna State on 27th of June, 2018.
Disclosing this to Education Correspondent in an interview in Suleja, the Proprietor of the school, Mr. Nwabueze F. Onyemachi, said the purpose of the excursion or visit was to expose the students on the need to be of good behaviour in the society.
Onyemachi said: “The visitation of the students to Kaduna Rehabilitation Centre for small children will give the students impetus to be of good citizens of the country”.
He advised the entire students to be good ambassadors of the school in anywhere they found themselves, while urging them to always be obedient as well caring for their education.
In a similar development, the proprietor of Peace and Unity International School Suleja, disclosed that some of the students of the school will be going on excursion to the Wole Soyinka Cultural Exchange on the 12th of July, 2018.
Nwabueze pointed out that the students had been visiting the Wole Soyinka Cultural Exchange every year, and he said the students always emerged victorious.