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Ugborikoko Sec school old student, Dr. Djebah gives back to school with science equipment

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Dr. Bright Djebah, Medical Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bryants Hospital Limited presentation of modern physics equipment to the Ugborikoko secondary school, Warri in Delta State.

By Esther Eugene, Warri

Students and staff of Ugborikoko secondary school, Ugborikoko, Uvwie local government area were all happy as a modern Physics Laboratory was equipped and provided for use at the school  by a renowned philanthropist, Dr. Bright E. Djebah.

The physics laboratory is necessary to advance technological know how amongst students of Ugborikoko secondary school, given the current speed of innovative teaching strategies in the world currently. The students will now be able to access equipment and carry out practicals on physics that will not only aid them in passing their exams well, but is capable of guiding them through possible inventions.

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At the presentation, Dr. Bright Djebah, Medical Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bryants Hospital Limited, Warri, admonished that the time the students have now is to study very well as they are the future leaders hence, the facilities are made available to enable them perform better.

“With knowledge, you can uncover your best potentials and put them to positive use. When you become engineers, doctors, lawyers and professionals in various fields of study, I know you will give back to the society with Ugborikoko secondary school not left out.” Dr. Djebah whose alma mater is also Ugborikoko secondary school, stated.

The principal of the school, Mrs. Angela Onoyeke appreciated the selfless efforts of Dr. Djebah and urged the students to ensure that they properly utilize the facilities provided for them and score excellent grades.

Present at the event were several dignitaries including the class of 1997 graduates of Ugborikoko secondary school, which Dr. Bright E. Djebah belongs.

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