President Muhammadu Buhari has urged the Federal Ministry of Education to include two Islamic Studies books written by the late Justice Muhammad Bashir Sambo in the secondary school curriculum for all Federal Government Colleges.

Four months after the deadly attack on students of Garissa University College, authorities have agreed to re-open the university in September.

The college was closed after al-shabab militants attacked the institution on April 2, snuffing lives out of 147 students.

A group of nine Computing and Informatics Technology students at Makerere University, Uganda, have invented a technology called Kuwanza Gari (start the car in Swahili) that will absolutely blow your mind! Their technology will prevent car theft because owners can now match their fingerprints to their cars.

"Charity begins at home" a popular saying which simply means that we should take care of the people around us, e.g; family, friends and loved ones. But at Ifeklyne Charity Foundation, we believe charity begins at home, BUT does not end there. This has always been our notion that's why we choose to go beyond our surroundings and environment.

Monash South Africa (MSA), a campus of Monash University, Australia, recently sent me some information through their Public Relations contact, Mpumi Mavi, on how they are celebrating reading culture and storytelling with primary school students (as it should be around the world).

Monash and Ducere Foundation joined forces to curate and print a collection of stories written by local primary school learners from Zandspruit community.

African graduates, something interesting is coming your way soon!.

On Tuesday, GraduatePro, an organisation that exists to bridge the gap between graduates and today’s workplace in Nigeria officially unveiled #AfricasBiggestBookProject, a pan-African scheme aimed at fulfilling its mission of reversing the scourge of unemployment in Africa.

Clean water, one of the most important aspect for staying alive is a thing of luxury in some of the communities in our country and some parts of the world today. As part of IFEKLYNE CHARITY FOUNDATION activities to restore hope to humanity, we helped the people and community of the Medinat Ilepa Community at Ifo, Ogun State by providing clean water supply in order to relieve them the stress of travelling long distances in getting clean water.

IFEKLYNE CHARITY FOUNDATION [Mr. IFEAKA INNOCENT OGBOLIME & TEAM] visited the NIGERIAN PRISONS SERVICES, BORSTAL TRAINING INSTITUTION, ADIGBE ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE [Juvenile Prisons] to present some relief materials to the prisoners [kids], through the help of the [Assistant Controller of Prisons] Okuseinde Oluremi INCHARGE of the prisons who also welcomed IFEKLYNE CHARITY FOUNDATION & Team where she addressed the team about the development of the prison and also appreciated their effort to put smiles on the face of the prisoners [kids].

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