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POPULAR BOOK MYTHS DEBUNKED!

  There is a misconception that; “If you want to hide something from an African, put it in a book”. Also, there’s a widespread belief

READING INSPIRES CONFIDENCE!

In a research conducted on two hundred and three children from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds in the U.K by two university Professors; one

Size Does Not Matter!

  On the 5th of February when we visited Baptist Primary School to set up our first Reading Corner for the 10thAnniversary Book Drive Campaign,

Examination Malpractice; The New Normal?

If ‘Education’ is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits why then are students in Nigeria being

Odinaka King; King Of Resilience!

  Odinaka King is a KIR Foundation 2018 NDYEP Phase 1 Trainee. He was among the best ten trainees in the phone and computer repairs

International Youth Day 2020

  Youth Engagement for Global Action 2020 What does it mean to be a youth? Youths are people (age 15-35) who actively grow themselves to