Amayo Duke Academy casts positive light on Calabar South

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Calabar South Local Government Area has received a facelift with the citing of a promising educational institution, namely, Amayo Duke Academy, within her boundaries NEGROIDHAVEN has confirmed.

Amayo Duke Academy achieved the above feat through her imposing infrastructure, a wholesome curriculum that offers every educational subjects stipulated by both the federal and state governments particularly foreign and local languages as well as musical instrumentation.

This disclosure was made on Wednesday during the graduation ceremony for new graduands of Junior Secondary Three, JS 3 classes by the principal of the academy, namely, Patricia I. Edet who observed that,

‘This school has already given a name to clear the bad name the community already had. This school is an inspiration to the people of this area.

‘Calabar South… You know the impression certain people have about Calabar South, this edifice you have seen here has cleared some people’s impression about the area of Calabar South.’

Continuing, Edet said that, ‘Here, since we learn everything that the federal government and the state government wants, we learn all the subjects. In addition, we wants anyone who passes through here to have the opportunity of going abroad (for advanced studies). Here, we curate the future for the Efik culture.’

Shortly after the graduation ceremony in an interraction with the best graduating student, Ms Davina Ekong Ernest, who explained that she is very happy being the overall best student added that, ‘Amayo Duke Academy is one of the greatest school I have ever been to. It’s the best because we learn Spanish, French, German, and different instruments. We learn computer and they’re very simple for us because our teachers help us to overcome any challenges we have… The school changed me, it improved me’.

A parent of a child in the school, Albert Edoho, said he is impressed with Amayo Duke Academy on the basis that she impacts on the moral fabric of the wards which is very important to him. On her part, Amaya Edet another parent (of the best graduating student) said the school gives values for money: ‘they teach what is worth our money’.

Amayo Duke Academy graduated 6 students.