CYNTHIA CHIDINMA IGBOKWE writes that an award-winning and international best-selling author, Paul Chika Emekwulu, enjoined pupils and students of New Generation Nursery/Primary and Secondary School, Ekwulobia, Aguata local government area, Anambra State to embrace God and shine in life.
Emekwulu who has written several books including The ‘GPS’ of the Holy Bible, Encountering Jesus, the Altar boy, Getting to know Fibonacci Numbers to mention but a few was at the New Generation schools, Ekwulobia as part of his speaking engagement in motivating new generation of youths.
He encouraged them to know God in truth and spirit by shunning evil in whatever disguise, and embrace good conducts befitting of a true Christian and African.
He challenged the pupils and students to be good ambassadors of Igbo nation in particular and Nigeria at large by being truthful and honest always.
Emekwulu, a mathematics teacher, and an indigene of Ekwulobia-based in US, as well encouraged them to embrace made in Nigeria goods.
Speaking on his new book, ‘ The ‘GPS’ of the Holy Bible, Emekwulu enjoined them to use the ‘GPS methodology to study the Holy Bible using mental maps for easy memorization of the 66 books of the Bible and other of their studies.
He asked the pupils and children to shun all forms of drug peddling, trafficking and abuse and rather emulate selflessness to be able to serve their community.
He was unhappy on the continued colonization and degradation of Africa and Black people all over the world by the Whites Supremacy and Developed World.
Emekwulu who was emotional appealed to the pupils and students to shun get quick rich syndrome but be committed to their education to be useful to themselves and the society.
Proprietor of the New Generation Nursery/Primary and Secondary school, Ekwulobia, Mr Eboh Moses Ignatius while commending the mentoring and speaking engagement of Paul Chika Emekwulu on the children, encouraged the pupils and students to utilize the knowledge grasped in their daily living.
Mr Eboh described the speaking engagement and introduction of new methods and modern techniques of teaching as rare opportunity availed the teachers.
In their separate vote of thanks on behalf of the pupils and students of the school, Mrs Nwachukwu Esther of Primary 5 teacher; Simon Victor Chidera SS1 and Nwaforka Chinelo Primary 5 as well as, Ajaegbu Olileanya of Primary 6, thanked Emekwulu for the rare privilege he gave them as it was their first time of being exposed to such international training. They asked for more engagement from Emekwulu.
In an interview, a student teacher, Nwazue Chimerem Arabella said the knowledge garnered from the training exposed them to the best practices of memorizing The Holy Bible and being true ambassadors of Igbo nation and Nigeria.