Foundation plans humanitarian projects for Abuja students 

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A non-governmental organisation, Zed Faith Foundation (ZFF), has planned to carry out humanitarian interventions among students of Junior Secondary School, Jabi, in Abuja. 

Chief Executive Officer Daniel Onyeka Newman, who made this announcement in a statement made available to our correspondent in Abuja, said the intervention will consist of a two–day skill acquisition course.

He stated that the exercise, which would begin on September 27, 2022, would involve the students in health discussions and other initiatives.

He said: “Nongovernmental organization that cares for the elderly and help children in need. As part of our services and mandate to ensure that the poor children are being cared for. We are on a move to touch the lives of the students of Junior Secondary school, Jabi II, as we embark on 2 -day training and skill acquisition with the students as well as book distribution.”

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