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Secondary Schools Festival in Nteje Anambra

26/03/2011: Nigeria

The All Marist Secondary Schools Sports and Arts Festival (AMASSSAF) took place from Monday 7th March to 12th March, 2011, at Marist Comprehensive College, Nteje Anambra State Nigeria. The occasion began with a Mass celebrated by the Catholic Archbishop of Onitsha, Most Rev. Dr Val Okeke. In attendance were the Executive Governor of the state, Mr Peter Obi, many Commisioners, priests, religious, among them the Provincial of Nigeria Br Joachim Ezetulugo.

The Archbishop in his homily commended the Marist Brothers for their wholistic nature of education. The Governor promised his continued support to the school.

All the Marist Secondary schools in Nigeria took part. At the end, Marist Brothers Juniorate Uturu emerged highest on the medal table in the boys category, followed by Marist Comprehensive College Uturu, and MCC Nteje.

In the female category MCA Uturu came first, followed by MCC Ezzagu, and MCC Nteje.

Sacred Heart Marist College Ejule, Kogi state emerged the best behaved school.

The occassion was a huge success.

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