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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

The Sir Emeka Offor Foundation 4th books distribution ceremony

The Sir Emeka Offor Foundation (SEOF) recently carried out massive books and computer distribution to schools across the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria. This is the fourth major book distribution the foundation will be carrying out in Nigeria since the initiative began. The continent-wide project is a collaborative effort between the Foundation and Books for Africa (BFA), a non-profit organization based in the United States.


According to information gathered from the Foundation’s end of year activity report, over 26 million US dollar have been expended in the distribution of books, computers and other educational resources. Schools covered in the project are primary, secondary and tertiary institutions. It is estimated that over 19 countries in the African continent including Gabon, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Guinea, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Cameroun, Rwanda, Kenya, Zambia, etc. have benefited from the Sir Emeka Offor Foundation’s books and computer distribution to schools.

“Education would be a shadow pursuit without reading materials,” Sir Emeka Offor said, during the book distribution. This is his motivation in distributing a variety of qualitative reading materials to schools in a continent where the education sector appears to be underfunded. The distribution of books is a continuous project of the Foundation, which is one of the cardinal areas that it creates a positive impact in the society as well as provides opportunities to the underprivileged.

Below are some of the pictures that were taken at the book distribution at Sir Emeka Offor Foundation headquarters in Oraifite Anambra State……











13 comments:

Bonita Bislam said...

Nice

Anonymous said...

Nice initiative, and highly commendable. But sir please try and pay your staff their over one year salaries. Bread winners of families have lost their life's because of lack of finance to get medical attention, children have dropped out of school because of parents inability to pay school fees. This is for the camera and media but within your group you are punishing and killing your staff for your own recklessness.you have done so well putting food on the tables of various families over the years don't let the devil use u now

BONARIO NNAGS said...

So thoughtful of him.


. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

dee boi said...

Seen... dee

Ijeoma Okafor said...

Good work

Chizzy Liz said...

*********************** all dix yeye foundation ***/// na who una dey decieve ***** dix one wey follow finish Anambra state during Mbadinuju's regime*********ndi ochi******

Anonymous said...

My friend he should go pay his staff at LObito crescent in wuse2 abuja. 10 months no salary. let your charity start there.

emeka igboekwe said...

Nice one Sir E! Man of his people oraifite kwenu

Anonymous said...

What are the contents of the books he's distributing and Linda stop disguising these sponsored adverts as contents.

Anonymous said...

one year salary unpaid.sir E Why Why Why. Alot of your staff cant even feed. some lost there children as a result of unpaid salaries and no HMO.

Anonymous said...

nigerians and rumors leave the man alone.

Anonymous said...

You should go and find out the real story about Anambra. Fool.

Chukwuka Ijeoma said...

This man is yet to pay his 2014/2015 Scholarship Awardees

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