MISS AFRICA CENTRAL SCHOOL 7 LIBRARY PROJECT

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The Miss Africa Library project was completed on the 24th of March 2014 with the keys to the Childrens Library handed over to the headmistress, Mrs Mary Nwachukwu by Miss Africa, Sonia Ike in the presence of the Chairman of Ideato South Local Government,Engineer Duru I. Johnson.

The library project was carried out at Central School 7, Okohia in Imo State, Nigeria. The 3 week project involved refurbishing a disused library and stocking it with books sourced from the UK. The Local Government chairman who was present at the opening, promised to continue from where the project stopped. He pledged to re-roof the entire school and furnish the classrooms as soon as possible.Another shipment of about 600 books will be shipped to the school in a few weeks’ time.

 

 

 

 

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