The Nasarawa Old Students Association (NOSA), has built and renovated infrastructure in its Alma Mata, Government Science School, Nasarawa in Nasarawa State.
Among the projects constructed are a 30,000 litre solar powered borehole with an overhead tank, reticulated to all hostels, science block and kitchen; renovated, furnished and equipped Science Laboratory block to reflect as well as renovated male and female hostels.
Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong who is a member of the association, represented at the project commissioning ceremony of by his Commissioner of Information and Communication, Dan Manjang said old students in Nigeria should “give back to society rather than always thinking what they will get from it.”
Special Guest of Honour at the occasion, Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State, pledged to establish “befitting” Science and Technical Colleges, one in each of the three Senatorial Districts of the state.
He also pledged to upgrade the standard of Government Science School, Nasarawa to promote science, technology and innovation.
Principal of the school, Mallam Osapura Haruna, said the various interventions by Government and NOSA have given the school will “greatly” improve learning.
The event was attended by His Royal Highness, Alhaji Ibrahim Usman Jibril, Emir of Nasarawa, himself an old student and Grand Patron who served as Royal Father of the Day. Professor Suleiman Bala Mohammed, Vice Chancellor, Nasarawa State University, Keffi was also present as Guest Speaker among other distinguished guests.