A non-governmental organization, Glorious Child Of Hope Foundation, provided 350 students at two public schools in Ile-Ife, Osun State, with writing materials called Edukits.
The articles were presented to the beneficiaries during visits to the science school and the secondary school of the Saint-Pierre African church in Ile-Ife by the general director of the foundation, Adetola Bamidele.
Bamidele, who is also the national leader of Good Deeds Day Nigeria, while addressing students on a topic, “Learning Guide to Greatness,” said that in order to be good students, young learners must imbue learning technique.
He added that students need to develop the ability to listen, read curiously, think critically, question without fear and take adequate notes.
Also during the visits, certificates were presented to the students, while the Good Deed Day School Club was inaugurated in the schools.
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