Imo SA Diaspora Calls For ‘World Book Day’ Action

Imo SA Diaspora Calls For 'World Book Day' Action
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Today 4th of March is World Book Day. 

Cllr. Celia Osakwe-Hibbert urges fellow Imo Diasporans to donate books to disadvantaged kids, send a ‘tenner’ directly to a student back home, read with any family kids; nephew, nieces, grandkids, kids etc, sponsor education for an underprivileged kid at home, this will empower them! She thanks all Diasporans who are already doing this and asks for more to follow suit.

Attached here is the photo of the Special  Adviser to Imo-State Governor on Diaspora reading with her two kids. She has also sponsored a 9 year old in Mbaitoli LGA and an 11 year old in Isu LGA for a full year of Education. Enjoy the World Book Day and send us your ‘action stories or
photos’ towards promoting Education back home in Imo State. All our contact details are on our website www.imodiaspora.com

Read Also: Osakwe-Hibbert, GEJ, Others Invited To Exclusive Book Launch

Below are some invaluable quotes about EDUCATION.

1.Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela

2. “When you educate one person you can change a life, when you educate many you can change the world”- Shai Reshef

3.The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education” – Martin Luther King

4.”The purpose for Education is to turn it into development, we will create the opportunities for us Imolites to recover our collective aspirations” – Hope Uzodimma

5.”The purpose for Education is to turn it into development, we will create the opportunities for Imolites to recover our collective aspirations” – (Celia Hibbert, quoting Gov. Hope Uzodimma)

Signed: Media Team,
Office of the Imo-State Governor on Diaspora
4th March 2021

 

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

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