'Parte after Parte' as Kentina Int'l Schools, Nnewi End Their Year In Grand Style birth of jesus christ santa claus birth of jesus kentina international jesus christ

‘Parte after Parte’ as Kentina Int’l Schools, Nnewi End Their Year In Grand Style

by Favour Emmanuel

As the popular saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so it was for Kentina International International, Umuanuka, Otolo-Nnewi in Anambra state as they decided to drop their books and put on their dancing shoes.

The school held its end of the year party yesterday, December 11th, 2019 at the school premises.

The arrival of Santa Claus from ‘UK’ excited the children as they all jumped from their seats to welcome Santa Claus while they scrambled to have a handshake with him.

The dust from the harmattan did not even stop the children from having fun as they happily danced to the different music banging from the DJ’s speaker. They gave presentations of various kinds, ranging from the nursery section to the secondary section. They also cracked ribs of their parents and guest with comedy presentations.

The school’s special guest ‘Jesus Charity Rehabilitation Home’, Oraifite was also present as the school presented some gift items to them. The children from the home prayed earnestly for the parents, teachers, and children.


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The students of the school produced a song which was launched at the party as parents were encouraged to support the students and school by buying the song.

Recall that Kentina International School was part of the school that attended the UNESCO Media and Information Literacy club, end of the year party at Historical Nnewi.

In an exclusive interview with anaedoonline.ng, the proprietress of the school, Mrs. Nwafor Justina Nkiruka said the end of the year party is a time for them to enjoy themselves and have fun while interacting with the kids.

“Christmas is a season, and a time that calls for a retreat, rethink and for people to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, the song is more of appreciating the birth of Jesus Christ,” she said

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When asked about their special guest, she said “December 3rd is the international day of persons with disabilities, this is like a tradition. We make it a point of duty always to invite a particular home to come and have fun and celebrate with us. For them to know that there’s ability in disability”.

The PTA chairman, Mr. Osita Okpu said he was happy about today but more especially with the support of the parents who came out in their numbers to support the children both physically and financially. He said, “as the children go on holidays that they will be obedient to their parents and also that they will all return in January in peace”.


The party ended with Dance! Dance!! Dance!!! As the children danced and had fun with Santa Claus



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