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University of Nigeria Secondary School Nsukka Alumni Association Fundraiding and Gala

The University of Nigerian Secondary School started its operation on the 11th of January 1983, superseded by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Nigeria Professor Frank N Ndili.

The school have since then been in existence till date, producing men and women of great value in the society.

Over the years, the school have been headed and governed by amazing individuals who acted in the capacity of the principal of the university of Nigeria secondary school Nsukka.

The university of Nigeria secondary school however just like the educational system in Nigeria, have gone through many huddles which has challenged and is still challenging its mission up till date.

Some of these challenges can be seen as a result of the university withdrawing its support to the school thereby leaving the functioning of the school to the proceeds of the fees.

Looking at the Nsukka community which the school is resident in and what is obtainable in the town, the students cannot afford to pay so much in fees as their parents would not be able afford the right amount in fees that would sustain the initial vision of the school, therefor the standard in academic quality has dwindled.

However, all hope is not lost as the salvation of the school is drawing near.

The National body of the university of Nigeria secondary school Nsukka alumni association, have identified the need to support the school in order to maintain the standard as well as improve on it

The body have however called on its members who though the training from the school, have attained excellence through honest labour, to come together and support this school that have given so much to them, with the #givebacktounisec

The above event is to take place in Abuja FCT as follows


Friday 8th December 2017
Time 6pm - Dawn

Saturday 9th December 2017
Time 10am - 1pm

Saturday 9th December 2017

 Its time to give back to unisec, #givebacktounise



Chioma Ezeani said…
Way to go unisec!!!

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