It was all joy and happiness for the pupils at Pretoria Schools as Mercy Johnson Okojie recently paid a visit to their school with her eldest daughter, Purity Okojie.
There was excitement written on the faces of the pupils as they had fun with the talented actress.
Mercy Johnson who is the brand ambassador for Teesas app had visited the school to lecture the pupils on the importance of using the educational app.
On the app, children can gain indepth knowledge on any key subjects. Also, parents can also track their kids’ learning progress on the Parent App which shows the kids areas of improvement.
There were several fun activities for the pupils to partake in, which was anchored by the screen goddess.
Several of the pupils went home with prizes for their excellent intellectual skills.
“For language day, I joined team @teesasapp to meet the amazing kids at Pretoria Schools.
With TEESAS, your child will gain indepth knowledge of key subjects like Maths, English, Science and native languages such as Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, Ibibio, TIV, French & more, while you also track their learning progress on the Parent App showing the areas for more improvement.
Make your child a genius today with the Teesas App!”.
Many Nigerian celebrities have been paying visit to schools to aid the improvement in educational system.
Kemi Filani news recalls Nigerian skitmaker, Debo Macaroni better known as Mr Macaroni paid a courtesy visit to his alma mater, Babcock University High School.
The skitmaker, who was the Head Boy of 2008/2009 set, was given a royal welcome by the school management and students.
There was widespread jubiliation among the students as they all tried to get a glimpse of him.
Sharing the sweet moment on his Instagram page, he said that it was a delight for him to visit the school that helped shaped his early stage.
He added that Babcock High School helped imbibe core values that have influenced him positively.
He appreciated his teachers and management for their love and support over the years.
“I Paid a Visit to my Alma Mater; Babcock University High School where I served as Head Boy of the 2008/2009 set.
It’s always a delight to visit the school that helped shape my early stage and imbibe in me core values that have influenced me positively up till this moment.
Thankful to all my teachers at High School for their love and support over the years.
Special Thanks to my Mother, The Principal; Dr Mrs Adebawajo who was my Literature-In-English Teacher during my school days.
She helped me love literature even more”.