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Rising Child Foundation was birthed out of the burning desire of a young lady who saw a deficit in Nigeria child education.

The foundation is with the mandate to ensure that children in Nigeria acquire basic education irrespective of their gender, so that they can realize their full potentials and so contribute to the progress of the nation. In achieving this mandate, some vibrant and intellectual youths who also buy into the idea of the visioneer has volunteered to make it a reality.

The pioneer programme was launched to celebrate the children on the 27th May, 2017 which happens to be the Children's Day. It was at IDP Camp Area 1, Abuja. The Children's Day was celebrated with fun and frolic.

Celebrations began with an open prayer which was said by one of the children. The Women Leader of the Camp gave an open address after which the founder Hussain Aduragba Taibat gave an overview of what the foundation stands for. Music was playing on the background and the children were having fun while the game section was going on.

Ibhezukor Benjamin, secretary to the Northwest Regional section of JCI entertained the children and gifts were shared. He said "Children's Day is to celebrate childhood. Children are loved by one and all, they win our hearts with their innocent smiles".

Vote of thanks was proposed by Miss Taibat. Lastly l will round up with what Nelson Mandela said "Without education, your children can never really meet the challenges they will face. So it's very important to give children education and explain that they should play a role for their country". Keeping the thoughts alive, the day was celebrated with great pomp and show at IDP Camp, Area 1. Abuja.

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