…….as they promised rehabilitation of dilapidated buildings in the school
By Divine Sam
The A.M.E. Zion Commercial Secondary School Ndon Ebom has taken delivery of new sets of Personal Protective Equipment donated by the Old Student Association of the college.
The materials are in support of the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic, according to the Association.

The equipment donated to the school is to assist Staff in the school to get adequate protection and to be distributed to returning students of exit classes who are writing their examinations in the school.
Making the donation on behalf of the Association, The Chairman of the Association and Chairman, Akwa Ibom State Internal Revenue Service, Mr. Okon Okon said the Association was concerned about the personal safety of staff and students who are writing their examination stressing that the donation of the PPE was to communicate to them that people are still caring for them during this period. He promised to draw government’s attention to all the dilapidated buildings in the school as soon as possible.

Mr. Okon Okon who was represented by the secretary of the Association, Dr. Effiong Asuquo assured that as the association gets more resources they will continue to expand the frontiers of their intervention from time to time.
“The Association will continue to do everything possible to provide more of these mostly the tissue papers” Dr. Asuquo maintained.
Responding on behalf of the Management of the school, the Principal of the school and award winner of Inoyo Toro Foundation of 2015 Grand Mentor Teacher’s ward Mathematics, Mr. Enefiok Essang said the Association had done a commendable job in stepping in at the right time to assist in a moment as critical as this.
He thanked the association for offering strategic assistance in the fight to push back the spread of the dreaded Pandemic in Akwa Ibom state, noting that posterity will continue to remember these deeds in many years to come.
The Principal showed the Executive Members of the Association an Isolation center with beds provided in the school in case of any emergency.

The Association donated ten gigantic hand washing buckets, many sanitizers, one thousand two hundred pieces of facemask, liquids soaps, toiletries, and wastebaskets to the school.
Those in attendance were, The Assistant Secretary of the Association, Mr. Moses Asuquo; the Public Relations Officer of the Association, Mr. John Essien; Vice Principal Academics, teaching and non-teaching staff of the school; students, and many other members of the Association.