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Far away in the mangrove serene village of Ntak Inyang in the Esit Eket community, the Dudu Foundation debuted back-to-school support for pupils and students of Akwa Ibom State as the 2023/2024 school session begins.

Leading the foundation to St. Theresa Catholic Primary School, Ntak Inyang, Esit Eket community was the founder, Lady Edu Anthony Offong, a philanthropist whose NGO is known for helping the poor, sick, homeless, and disadvantaged students.

Welcoming the foundation was the Deputy Headmistress, Mrs. Affiong Gregory, who thanked the foundation for coming from Uyo to Ntak Inyang; she prayed that God would continue to bless the members and funders of Dudu Foundation.

While addressing the pupils, elated Lady Edu urged the pupils to be serious with their education, as education is the bedrock for a decent life.

She said, “Take time, read your books, and do your assignments. Education is the best way to have a decent life. You can only build this community if you are educated.”

The foundation donated exercise books, writing materials, school bags, shoes, and sanitary and food items.

The initiative, tagged ‘Back to School,’ according to the NGO, was a continuation of educational support to pupils and students of public schools in Akwa Ibom State.

Dudu Foundation also visited Holy Convent Primary School, ekeya, Okobo Local Government Area.

The event’s high point was the donation of unique educational support materials to the three pupils who answered the bible quiz during the visit of the foundation.

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