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Peter Obi Applauds Christ the King College (CKC) Historic Victory

Peter Obi Applauds Christ the King College (CKC) Historic Victory
Peter Obi Applauds Christ the King College (CKC) Historic Victory

Former Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has extended his congratulations to Christ the King College (CKC) Onitsha, Anambra State, for their remarkable triumph at the World Affairs Challenge (WAC) 2024, organized by World Denver.

CKC Onitsha emerged as the overall winner of the prestigious competition, marking Nigeria’s first gold medal in its 32-year history.

Defeating formidable opponents from around the globe, including teams from the USA and Turkey, CKC Onitsha showcased the true greatness and boundless potential of Nigerian youth.

The winning project, titled “Wize Tales by Primus,” showcased innovative solutions aimed at addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, with a specific focus on empowering Nigerian youths to become catalysts for positive change within society.

Mr. Obi reminisced about CKC Onitsha’s earlier victories in January, where they clinched both the National Champions and Regional Top awards at the Africa Regional competition of the WAC.

He expressed his joy at witnessing their journey to global victory and reiterated the importance of investing in education for national development.

As the former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Obi proudly highlighted the support extended to CKC Onitsha during his tenure, emphasizing his commitment to nurturing and fostering educational excellence in Nigeria.

Reflecting on the monumental achievement, Mr. Obi emphasized the significance of prioritizing education in building the New Nigeria of collective aspirations.

Obi, the former Anambra State Governor revealed the congratulatory message on his official X handle on Wednesday evening.

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