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GCUOBA Class 92 donates sanitary materials as Sapele House emerges cleanest hostel ~ Truth Reporters

In a spirited celebration of Government College Ughelli's C'92 Silver Jubilee, the campus buzzed with excitement as young action boys vied for the title of the cleanest hostel. 

Under the vigilant eye of of Dr. Von Apochi, The GCUOBA Class of 92 Chairman and Hon Ufuoma Olotu, the Silver Jubilee Anniversary Committee Chairman both ably represented by Pastor Engr. Victor Ubieghan, Chairman of the Sanitation Project Sub Committee and his dedicated sanitation committee members

The competition not only showcased the students' enthusiasm for cleanliness but also emphasized the importance of maintaining a pristine environment.

Sapele House emerged as the victor in this cleanliness race, School house, emerged the first runner-up whilst Warri house came third position; a testament to their commitment to hygiene and order. Pastor Engr. Victor Ubieghan, leading the sanitation committee, ensured a thorough evaluation of the hostels, making the event a resounding success. Individual students were also awarded for their personal effort. Student Maxwell Omonade of School House (Jss 2) came first, Goodluck Osademe of Sapele House (SS1) came second position and Ojigbo Marvelous of Orerokpe House (ss3) came third place.

Beyond the competition, Pastor Engr. Ubieghan took the opportunity to impart valuable lessons on personal hygiene and environmental cleanliness to the students. His admonishments resonated, leaving a lasting impact on the school community.

The jubilation didn't end with the winner's announcement. Sanitation materials were generously distributed to various hostels courtesy GCU Class of 92, reinforcing the ongoing commitment to cleanliness. Additionally, customized notebooks and copies of a book ( Drum Beats of A Nigerian Child; A Mariner's Story) authored by the Legal Adviser of the Class of 92, Barr. Collins Ayo were distributed to the students and teachers, serving as both a token of recognition and a reminder of the importance of a clean and organized living space.

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