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07
Mar 2016
Mother of Samson John a scholarship candidate collecting the monthly stipends

Francis john is a special student who has been a friend of the foundation. After his secondary school leaving exams, he performed brilliantly and the foundation assisted him to procure his JAMB form . He passed and was offered admission at Lagos State University LASU to read industrial  chemistry. today he is on our scholarship list .Here is his mother collecting his monthly stipends at the foundation office....

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28
Feb 2016
UK-based organisation donates books to Onuesoke Foundation

A United Kingdom (UK)-based   organisation, Book-2-Africa Project, has donated 5,000 books and educational materials support of the Rural Child Must Read (RCMR) project of the Onuesoke Foundation. Receiving thematerials on behalf of the Foundation in Warri, Delta State, Head of Operations of the body, Mrs.   Pearl Igho,  thanked   the donor for its gesture   and support for the growth of education in   Nigeria in particular and Africa in general. Igho   promised  that the Onuesoke Foundation would do her best to make sure the education materials got to rural education communities. The......

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28
Feb 2016
Interview with Chief Onuesoke

Chief Sunny Onuesoke is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party and founder of Onuesoke Foundation, a non-governmental organization with a grounded charitable status and also a leading voice in raising awareness of climate change in Nigeria. In this interview with the Mail Newspaper Political Editor, Emeka Nwokocha, Chief Onuesoke spoke eloquently on the prospects of Delta state with Senator Okowa as governor, the menace of climate change and the socio-economic challenges in Delta State and Nigeria. He proffers workable solutions to current dwindling oil revenue, pointing at agriculture as the only way......

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28
Feb 2016
Environmentalist, Onuesoke, Urges Delta State Govt To Implement Development Bill

By John Dugbe – Ughelli An Environmentalist, Chief Sunny Onuesoke has urged the Delta State Government to immediately implement the Asaba Capital Development Bill by establishing the board for the development of Asaba. Speaking to journalists at Okpanam/Asaba Road one of the flood prone areas of Asaba at the weekend, Onuesoke said that the establishment of the board would help in checking natural disasters such as flooding and erosion in the city. While commending Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for initiating the bill, Onuesoke said that the governor’s initiative would be meaningless if preventable......

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28
Feb 2016
POPE FRANCIS ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND NIGERIA

BEING a non-Catholic, I have not always followed nor even read papal encyclical until now. And was it an enormous surprise? The 184 page Pope Francis encyclical was a very powerful piece: extremely well written and with the authority of a great leader. It has great wisdom; it is sensitive, insightful, and lucid even when discussing very scientific and technical subjects. If you love elevated language, good turn of phrase, dialectics and syntax, Pope Francis’ encyclical met all of those and more. Unsurprisingly, the power of the argument contained in the encyclical,......

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28
Feb 2016
WE EXPRESS PROFOUND GRATITUDE TO OUR MAJOR SUPPORTER FOR PROJECT RCMR

Once again we express profound gratitude to our major supporter for project RCMR. ZODML for the books and teaching Aid donated to ONUESOKE FOUNDATION MOBILE LIBRARY, we at Onuesoke foundation can’t thank you enough for your unflinching support in Donating books to stock our library. We couldn’t have gone this far with out you, with over 300 primary school age children as our regular readers in rural communities. We appreciate you, Thank you....

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28
Feb 2016
Onuesoke foundation on rural schools

THESE CHILDREN WONT GET THEIR RIGHT IF WE ALL KEEP QUIET “THE DEARTH OF RURAL SCHOOLS TO DEATH” EDUCATION IS A RIGHT AND ITS FREE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS BUT SOME CHILDREN IN SOME RURAL COMMUNITIES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THIS RIGHT NEITHER WILL THEY BE EDUCATED. CHILDREN IN OKWUAMA EHWU CLAN OF UGHELLI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT ARE DEPRIVED OF THIS RIGHT. BEEN BORN,DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE AT BIRTH THEY HAVE BEEN DENIED OF HEALTH CARE AS WELL. FOLLOW MY VISIT TO THIS COMMUNITY WHERE THE SCHOOL IS NOT FIT FOR THE KENNEL......

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