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Dr. Nkem Osuigwe
Chair, Public & Community Libraries​ Section, Coach AfLAc, Mentor INELI SSAf Cohort 1 & 2.
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World Literacy 19h
We are seeking young, motivated individuals who are passionate about literacy, equality and global justice to join this year's Youth Ambassador Program. Learn more: Apply today:
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Chris Lutolf  #timesup⚖️ 18h
Far away from home. Unfamiliar surroundings. Sitting on the pew. Alone - with grace & dignity. A loving mother. Doria Ragland. Mom of Meghan Markle, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex. Beauty through unpretentiousness. Unostentatious grandeur. Female majesty.
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Gedaid Foundation 10h
Today we handed 3000 books to support library projects. Through we received $1000 to print these books with a total market value of $3000. We are ready to support more NGOs to get more books to school.
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AfriHeritage 14h
UPCOMING EVENT!!! African Heritage Institution will be hosting an International Conference on ' Economics of Sustainable Growth in Africa.' Date: 30 -31 August 2018 Venue: African Heritage Institution, 54 Nza street, Independence Layout, Enugu State. Time: 9 am to 4pm each day
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Chijioke K Ezeala 20h
Igbo wu Igbo, Ndi nwem, ekele mu nu, biko nu, nkata ga-adi nma k'oburu n'ubochi satorde ma o bu, sonde, ka ndi oru bekee, wee puta n'igwe. Etuosiladi, biko nyenu anyi iye oyuyu nke ndi bekee n'akpo video. Nkata di ezigbo mkpa maka odinma and oganiru ndi Igbo niile. Kemesia
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Centre for Memories May 21
It's here again! Round 2 of Nkata Umu Ibe monthly distinguished speaker series. If you thought the last one was amazing,this time promises to be mind blowing! See you there!
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Worldreader May 21
“Lack of access to books is a market failure. Solving this issue isn’t on the list of any large corporations. But we can prime the pump, build partnerships, and demonstrate that there’s a market here. This creates momentum to solve the problem.” -
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Wale Micaiah May 21
Please support this event happening in Osun state and powered by to promote the
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Dr. Nkem Osuigwe May 21
This should be taught as part of information literacy as pertains to online privacy issues.
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Wale Micaiah May 15
is a member of Initiative and was recently selected as an Ambassador for . This Football Tournament is one way him and his team are teaching
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Wale Micaiah May 16
Replying to @iRead_Live @jhakes20
I'm joining Initiative, & the Pupils who are set to benefit from this to appeal for your support, in cash & kind. Account Name: iRead To Live Initiative Account No.: 1021184892 Bank Name: UBA Thanks a lot. 🙏🙏🙏
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Wale Micaiah May 15
Replying to @WaleMicaiah
1.The iRead To Live Initiative is a non-profit organization made up of Undergraduates Law students of Osun State University.
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Chemjobber May 19
By age 35, you should have saved twice as many PDFs of scientific papers as you could possibly read in your remaining lifetime.
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Ayodele J. Alonge, PhD May 21
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SIDDHARTH CHATTERJEE May 20
A clarion call for global🌎 action.—— “Dear World leaders, We're putting you on notice. For 130 million girls without an education. For one billion women without access to a bank account. For 39,000 girls who became child brides today.”
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Adetutu Balogun May 20
Christians, please don’t forget your little sister Leah. Let us pray and ask God for mercy! We want her back. 😢😢😢
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NationalLibraryNig May 21
Invitation to our 2018 Readership Promotion Campaign for Ondo State.
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Adegbilero Idowu May 21
The national library is the symbol of a nation's civilisation. That's why the headquarters building should be taken with the most seriousness it deserves. Hope will make it the next age-long project to be completed following the building launch.
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Wale Micaiah May 18
Stereotype often is a result of limited information, closed mind, poor education, lack of a global perspective, supremacism, hatred, misinformation, etc
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Kevin Vickers May 20
We are definitely reinventing ourselves! 1st was maker-spaces now Information Technology & social media
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