One of the popular non-for-profit making organizations in Iwoland, the Ambassadors of Iwoland, organized an educational guidance and counselling session in Nigerian schools in Abidjan.
In the view of achieving the United Nations sustainable development goal 4 on Quality Education for all, the founder of the ambassadors of Iwoland, Akanji Abdul Azeez organized an educational guidance and counseling session in Salahudeen memorial school and AUD Islamic school in cote d’Ivoire.
He talks to the students about the importance of education and what students need to know to be successful in their future ambition.
The Ambassador of Iwoland recently partnered the Federation of Iwo Land Students’ Union (FILSU) Crestfield chapter in a one-day leadership summit tagged “building community in your organization.”
The summit was organized to sensitize the students of Iwoland at Crestfield College of Education, Erin Osun and all the youths at the event. It was a massive programme as over 200 students were in attendance coupled with august guest lecturers, youths from Iwoland, associations, politicians, commissioners and other government parastatal officials.
During the educational guidance and counselling session in Nigerian schools in Abidjan, he said, “Education is the key to success in this modern world and students need it to bring sustainable change in their life, the society, and the world at large.”
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During the guidance and counseling session, Mr. Afolabi, an educationist talks with the students about the importance of education and why they need to excel in their academics.
The principal of the Solahudeen school thanked the ambassadors of Iwoland for bringing this project to their school.
The principal of AUD, Mr. Yusuf commend the effort of the NGO for the session they did in their school.
The founder of the ambassadors of Iwoland used the opportunity to present the book he published titled “AS YOU GO TO SCHOOL: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDELINES TO STUDENTS.”