NICO Training School Students Donate Chairs To Nike Arts Gallery Abuja

Monday, the 21st day of November, 2016, will remain memorable to the Management and Staff of Nike Arts Gallery, Piwoyi, Abuja, as the out-going students of the Postgraduate Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Cultural Administration programmes of NICO Training School, Abuja Study Centre, donated 30 plastic chairs to Gallery.

The 2015/2016 Academic Session set of NICO Training School, popularly known as, Culture Diplomats, made this donation while on a Field School (Field Work) at the Nike Arts Gallery, located at Piwoyi, along Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Express Way (Airport Road) Abuja.

The students were taken around the Nike Arts Gallery for them to see different Nigerian Nigerian/indigenous art work, local fabrics, sculptures and other relevant artistic designs in the gallery.

Led on the visit by Mr. Michael Bush, a veteran journalist and broadcaster, the students, while thanking the Management and Staff of Nike Arts Gallery for their hospitality towards them, donated an undisclosed sum of money and 30 units of plastic chairs to the Gallery.

In his speech, Mr. Michael Olajide, who is a sculptor and teacher at the Gallery, thanked the NICO Training School students for their immeasurable support to Nike Arts Gallery, and assured the students of their support and partnership anytime their services would be needed.

Kenneth Okpete

NTS, Abuja Study Centre

 

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