Students of Community Secondary School, Ugboro, Bekwarra Local Government of Cross River State would no longer be disconnected and debar access to technology to learn, with the donation of an ICT centre by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).
The principal of the school, Angela Mgbe recently commended the Member Representing Bekwarra/Obudu/Obanliku Federal Constituency of Cross River State in the House of Representatives Rt. Hon. Legor Idagbo – the focal point person of the project in the district, for the new centre donated to the school.
Speaking to Edugist, the principal promised that the NCDMB ICT Center will be put to good use to achieve the purpose for which it was established for even as elders of the community also expressed their appreciation to NCDMB for the project.
On behalf of the NCDMB, Idagbo, who serves as the Chairman Committee on Nigerian Content and Monitoring charged the Principal of the school to take ownership of the ICT centre and ensure it is put to good use adding that a Center like that can be used as Computer Based Test CBT Center and can generate revenue that will enable it operate sustainably. The Centre has a 30kva generator along with solar power system and many other required equipment including printer, scanners and a photocopier.
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