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First Bank donates 20,000 e-learning devices to Lagos schools

Leading Nigerian commercial bank, the First Bank has donated 20,000 mobile e-learning devices to the Lagos State Government for the use of...

OBF supports 1000 children with food, educational materials

As part of activities to mark the 2020 International Children’s Day, the Ovie Brume Foundation (OBF) supported about 1000 children with food...

FUTA student develops ‘unique’ heliostat

Oluwaseyi Falola, a postgraduate student at the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA), has developed a heliostat as part of his research...

KLCI to empower rural students, teachers through Skill2Rural Boot Camp

A nongovernmental organization, the Kayode Alabi Leadership and Career Initiative (KLCI) is set organise the Skill2Rural Boot Camp in August. It...

OBF gives women free cancer treatment

To mark the 2019 World Cancer Day, Ovie Brume Foundation has provided free medical treatment to combat cancer. This act of care and concern was...

TechGen, India STEM partner on STEM in Africa

The India STEM Alliance (ISA) and TechGen Africa have announced the commencement of a strategic partnership towards improving community engagement in science, technology, engineering...

Nigerian campus journalist launches media hub for training colleagues

A student journalist in Nigeria, Adejumo Kabir has launched a media hub for training of campus journalists. Named the CampusPress Hub, Mr Kabir said it...

NASFAT organises free JAMB tutorials for Muslims, non-Muslims

Nasrul-Lahil-l-Fath Society (NASFAT) is organising free tutorials for candidates preparing for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). The President of NASFAT, Kamil Bolarinwa said the...

How community library is serving an under-served Lagos community

Lagos State is Nigeria’s commercial capital with about 20 million residents. With not more than thirteen government-owned libraries and very few privately-owned...

How Ovie Brume Foundation is bridging the literacy gap in Nigeria – Awogbemi

Ovie Brume Foundation was established in 2003 by the family of the late Ovie Brume who was said to be passionate about humanitarian causes....
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