Inwelle Study and Resource Centre, Enugu, Nigeria donated 1000 books and two computers to Inyi Community in Igboeze North Local Government Area of Enugu State Nigeria to start a resource centre where youths can have access to books and the internet. This is part of Inwelle Centre’s work to promote a reading culture in the rural communities in Nigeria.

It was on December 25, 2012. The topic was Ways to Empower Girls to seek careers in the Science and Technology Field, Especially Hi-tech Computer fields.


History was made on Saturday, 25th August, 2012 when the Inyi, Enugu-Ezike Satellite Centre of Inwelle Study and Resource Centre, Pipeline Estate, Amaorji Nike was commissioned by the Chairman of Igbo Eze North Local Government Area, Hon. Bonaventure Onuh represented by the Supervisory Counsellor  for Education, Hon. Emenike Ojobe.

In her keynote address, the founder of the Inwelle Study and Resource Centre, Professor Christiana Okechukwu, Ph.D represented by Mr. Ifeanyi Onah, a member of the Board of  Trustee of the Centre noted that the establishment of the Satellite Centre at Inyi, Enugu-Ezike was to inculcate the habit and culture of reading amongst youths of the rural community.  The centre will also go a long way in putting the rural students at par with their urban counterparts during external examinations.

Over one thousand textbooks on different subjects and computer systems were donated in the first phase.  Mr. Onah assured that more donations are on the way and appealed to individuals to support the centre by provision of additional books with local contents.

In his welcome address, the Chairman of Inyi Community Development Committee, Bro Vincent Mary Odo described the centre as “God Sent”.

Other dignitaries that graced the occasion included the traditional ruler of the community, Igwe Hyacinth Alumona and members of his cabinet.  The representative of the Regent of Umuokolo autonomous community, Ichie Gabriel Abugu and his adorable wife, Mary were also in attendance.   Others were the Chairman of Inyi Town Union, Nze Michael Ugwuanyi, Chief Theophilus Ogbonna, Prince Austin Alumona,  Hon. Kenneth Eze, Chief Thomas Ogbonna (Ezedinobi) and many others too numerous to mention.