As Dr. Peterson offers to train 40 Abavo youths and 50 teachers on Python programming language,ICT development
The President and Founder of D-Peterson Foundation, Dr. Donald Peterson bagged an excellence award on human capacity building from the Abavo Clan Union (ACU).
The ceremony was held yesterday at the Abavo Civic Center and it was attended by the crème da la crème of the society.
Chief Jonathan Agbejiagwe, the President General of Abavo Clan Union while presenting the award to Dr. Donald Peterson, described him as an exceptional personality who is using his Foundation to do tremendous work in the building and development of human capacity.
Responding, Dr. Donald Peterson described himself as a true son of Abavo Kingdom and that he is always proud and blessed to be associated with the people of the Kingdom.
On the award, he said “I wish to let you know that I value and cherish this award and since it is based on human capacity building, I want this community to nominate 40 youths that will be trained on Python programming language. More so, they should nominate 50 teachers that will be trained on Information Communication Technology programme. All these training will be at no cost to the community or to the would be candidates as my Foundation will take of the bills. On this note, I thank you Mr. President General and the whole Abavo Kingdom for your sustainable friendship over the years. God bless you all”
Other awardees took their turn in receiving their awards, among whom were Hon Victor Nwaokolo, member representing the Ika Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representative, Abuja. He was represented by Hon Emeka Asiwe, the Senior Special Assistant to the Executive Governor of Delta State on Youths.
High point of the event was the presentations of award to the awardees.
Chief Jonathan Agbejiagwe with Chief Onyekeze
Dr Donald Peterson displaying his award