Chinese company renovates school, donates learning materials

Chinese company renovates school, donates learning materials

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China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), with support of the Chinese Embassy in Nigeria, has renovated and donated learning materials to China-Assisted Model Primary School Nyanya.

At the commissioning of the upgraded primary school in Abuja, Mr Zhou Hao, Managing Director of CRBC Nigeria Ltd, handed over relevant learning materials to the school authority.

The materials included stationery, desks, chairs and sports equipment.

Zhou stressed the need for conducive learning environment and conditions for all teachers and students.

He added that among the different peoples in different continents, the common ground that transcends ethnicity and nationality are children, who fill the world with hope and brightness.

“Children represent the future’s expectations and aspirations and they rightfully deserve a better life.

“We believe that improving children’s educational conditions and environments is a shared goal among people from all sectors in both China and Nigeria.

“Thus, as a Chinese company operating in Nigeria, we are very eager and honored to contribute our part to the educational efforts in Nigeria.”

He restated the commitment of CRBC to serve the socio-economic development of Nigeria and its people.

“With nearly ten projects being implemented in Nigeria covering areas such as roads, railways, flood control, terminals and chemical industries, we will fully utilise our own resources.

“Our resources will continuously promote the development of infrastructure and economic boost in Nigeria through our actions,” Zhou said.

Mr Zhang Yi, Chargé d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Nigeria, said CRBC, among others, is actively fulfilling its social responsibilities and giving back to the local people while carrying out production and operation activities in Nigeria.

“After learning about the aging of some of the school’s office desks and chairs, classroom blackboards and bathroom facilities, CRBC took the initiative to ask the Chinese Embassy for instructions.

“They expressed their willingness to undertake the repair work and donate relevant teachers’ and students’ supplies, so as to provide a better learning environment and conditions for all teachers and students of Nyanya School,” he said.

Dr Alhassan Sule, Executive Chairman, Education Bureau of the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, commended the Chinese government for its continuous support to education in the country.

He reiterated Nigeria’s commitment in strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.

Similarly, Mrs Dada Galadima, the acting headmistress of the school, expressed gratitude to the CRBC and the embassy for their unrelenting efforts and contribution to the growth and development of students.

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