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Chief Atem Ebako, Traditional Council to escort children to school

5 September 2017 No Comment

Chief Dr. Atem Ebako: we are personally taking children to school

By Ashu Manfred
While the government, the Church and other education stakeholders in their own spheresare promising smooth start of schools in the South West and North West Regions, the Talangaye Traditional Ruler Chief Dr. Atem Ebako and the Traditional Council will accompany children to school come the beginning of the 2017/2017 academic year on Monday September 4, 2017.
This revelation was made to the press by Chief Dr. Atem Ebako at the end of a Conference organized by the South West Elite Association (SWELA) Meme branch in Kumba on Thursday August 24, 2017.
Addressing the press, Chief Atem Ebako said the Talangaye Traditional Council had adopted measures to ensure that schools in his village resume successful for the 2017/2018 academic year that begins on Monday September 4, 2017. Apart from the setting up of Vigilante Groups to guard schools in the night, he also announced that the Traditional Council, parents and the entire village will escort children to school on the first day of the 2017/2018 academic year.
Talangaye is in Kupe Manenguba Division in the South West Region. Chief Dr. Atem Ebako was one of the resource persons for the SWELA Meme branch Conference. Chief Dr. Atem Ebako presented a lengthy paper on the importance of education. The Conference was titled “Meme Youth Back to School for a Sustainable Future.
He further informed the press that members of the Vigilante Group will not be known to each other, adding that the measure are intended to catch sellouts as no member of the group would be unknown to the other. The main organizer of the Conference was Prince Nasako Molondo Daniel, a staff in the South West Governor’s office.

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