The GAAT International School, a co-educational day and boarding institution for crèche, nursery, primary and secondary school education levels, has opened for academics in Gudu, Gaduwa District, Abuja.
The school’s state-of-the-art facilities, which include air-conditioned classes, well-equipped sick bay that offers 24-hours service, science and technology laboratories, water treatment plant and boreholes, well furnished auditorium and swimming pools, was dedicated last week by Ven Ukaejiofor Vicar of Sir James Anglican Church, Asokoro, Abuja.
Chairman, Board of Directors of the School, Senator Ikechukwu Abana, said he was motivated to establish the school, not necessarily for financial gain, but to provide quality education for young ones.
He said the tuition fees were pegged at far less than those schools of comparable standard.
Abana also said the school was part of his social responsibility to create employment and conducive environment for youths to realise their potential.
Other clergymen at the event included: Ven. Princewill Iraba of All Saints Church Wuse; Rev. Elias Fatile also of St. James Church Asokoro and Rev. Adeola Oyeniyi of Christ Church, Garki, Abuja.
Dignitaries included Air Vice Marshal (AVM) Ossy Obienica (rtd), AVM Anene Okafor (rtd), Senator Ugochulwu Uba, Chief Dennis Anekwe, Chief Sir Dozie Ekpe, Group Capt. (rtd) Segun Kushalu, and Chief I.K. G Nwozo.
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