Pace-setters Schools, Abuja, yesterday was formally presented with the prestigious ‘’2015 Nigerian Pilot Newspapers Education Services Excellence Award”.
The school won the award in recognition of its vision to maintain an elevated standard of education in the country, especially in Abuja, the nation’s capital.
The schools have over the years distinguished itself for providing meritorious services to Nigeria, Africa and the world with her graduated students making significant progress in various fields of human endeavour.
The award was formally presented at a colourful ceremony inside the Imansuangbon hall, Wuye College by the Editor Sunday Pilot, Mr Kassim Omomia who represented the Publisher and Editor -in -Chief of Nigerian Pilot Newspapers and NewsWorld Magazine, Prince Dennis Sami.
In attendance were the chairman of the group of schools’ and frontline Edo politician, governorship aspirant under the APC in this year’s Edo state governorship election, Barrister Kenneth Imansuangbon, school Director, Mrs Kate Imansuangbon, principals, teaching / management staff and students.

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