Nigerian Student of Abia State Polytechnic who broke tourism Status quo

The balanced aspect of education is Studying and Practicing, but it has been a problem today because of the high cost of studying in higher Institutions, in addition to going places to practice what you study.

One Nigerian Student has broken the deadlock by doing justice to that.

Ezeani S. Obiora, from Ozalla in Nkanu west LGA in Enugu state.

A HND student studying Public Administration in Abia State Polytechnic Aba was determined to go on academic tourism in different Cities and States in Nigeria,

As he seek to balance his strong objectives of seeing what he learns, practice what he studies, learn more from different traditions and ethnic groups, and be exposed in the lifestyle and the educational system of his country.

The young student visited more than 25 Areas/ Cities in as many as 11 States out of 36 in Nigeria.

These places includes: Oron, Eket, Uyo, Abba, all in Akwa ibom state.

Abraka, Ugheli, Warri, Ozoro, Asaba, all in Delta state

Abiriba, Ohafia, Igbere, Uzuakoli, Item , Umuahi, Ukwa, all d LGAs in Ngwa land including Ikwuano,
Owerri, Orlu, Mbaise, Mbaitolu, Okigwe, Ngor Okpala, all in Imo state.

PH, Elele, Ahoda, Bonny island, all in Rivers state.

Abakaliki and Ishi Agu, in Ebonyi state.

Nsukka, Agwu, udi, Enugu city
Onitsha, awka, ihiala, okija, all in Anambara state.

Including Otuoke in Bayelsa State. Etc…

Only Cross River is the notable place in South East Obiora didn’t visit.

However, He was awarded by different organizations for all his exploits and his determination.

Again, he was easily elected the Director of Socials(SUG) in Abia State Polytechnic where he studies.

In all, he gave his experiences on seeing poor Children suffering in different places, and he pushed towards having a helping hand foundation, which he named “Obiora Cares Foundation “.

As a student, he can’t fund the foundation, but in his words, it will be a reality in the future.


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