Ikwuano LG Deputy Mayor Hon Charles Ugboajah taking the salute during March past. Mrs. Amaike Allswell Goodness is beside him

The Transition Committee Chairman of Ikwuano LG,  Hon Osinachi Nwaka on Friday urged secondary schools administrators in the LG to ensure that Inter-House Sports Competition are brought back as part of the academic programmes of schools.

The Ikwuano Mayor, who was represented by the Deputy Mayor,  Hon Chief Charles Ugboajah was speaking at the Inter-House Sports Competition  at the Ntalakwu Community Secondary School, Ntalakwu -Oboro

Ikwuano LG Deputy Mayor Hon Charles Ugboajah and Mrs. Amaike Allswell Goodness on the podium

The Deputy Mayor in his remarks applauded  stakeholders in the community including HRM King Larry Ogbonna, the Ajata of Ajata-n-Igu Autonomous Community; Former Minister of Science and Technology, , Chief Henry   Ikoh; Former member, House of Representatives, Hon Emeka Atumah, Mrs Nwaogbo and several others for their huge contributions to ensure that the school which was once dormant was resuscitated.

Speaking on the occasion of the Inter-House Sports Competition organised by the school administration since it's return, the Deputy Mayor urged other secondary schools in Ikwuano to borrow from their strategy and return Inter-House Sports Competition back to schools in the LG.

Ikwuano LG Deputy Mayor Hon Charles Ugboajah and HRM King Larry Ogbonna 

In her remarks,  the Principal of Ntalakwu Community Secondary School Mrs. Amaike Allswell Goodness said  she was sent to Ntalakwu on a recovery mission last year, and that she  she met only 3 students, and today, with support from the community, she  was able to increase the number of  students up to 180 in a space of one year.