AfriGrowth Foundation believes that a child born without good education is a liability to the community. This brought about the implementation of the library reading program, designed to encourage the “back to reading culture” in the underserved communities.


AfriGrowth Foundation periodically organizes reading competitions to assess the impact of this program in the primary school and evaluate the reading skills of pupils. The reading competition equally serves the purpose of encouraging and challenging the schools’ administration and teachers to continue to sustain the program, by continuous coordination of reading activities in the schools.


President AfriGrowth Foundation, Mrs Dayo Keshi Speaking to The Students


The event also brings together all the major stakeholders from the Universal basic Education Board (UBEB), Local Education Authority (LEA) and the Australian High Commission, Nigeria Direct Aid Program (DAP) to interact closely with the pupils and make recommendations for improvement.



The fourth edition of the Reading Competition, organized for seven primary school in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) was held on Monday, July 17, 2017 at the Hall of Excellence, AMAC Local Education Authority, Zone 2, Wuse, Abuja.


  1. LEA Primary School Alungu Lungu: Elizabeth Aboshim
  2. LEA Primary School Chika: Hanna Samuel
  3. LEA Primary School FHA Lugbe: Chidera Nwufo
  4. LEA Primary School Gosa Sarki: Zion Olanrewaju
  5. LEA Primary School Paipe: Godwin Mamudu
  6. LEA Primary School Piwoyi: Ebere Emeka
  7. LEA Primary School Sabon Lugbe: Susan Adamu

After the compilation of the scores, the following results were computed:

Zion Olanrewaju, representing LEA primary school Gosa Sarki emerged the winner of the 4th Edition of the AfriGrowth Foundation Reading Competition.

The presentation of gift which was done by the founder of AfriGrowth Foundation, Mrs. Dayo Keshi and Mrs. Adora Ikenze (Direct Aid Program). All participants were given certificates of participation alongside school bags and storybooks. The winning school was given a trophy, an award of excellence plaque and the winner Zion Olanrewaju, also given certificate of participation, school bag and storybook.

Mrs. Adora Ikenze (DAP), gave her closing remarks on behalf of the Australian High Commission, Nigeria, sponsors of the Library Literacy Program, commending and affirming all present and praising the program.

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