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Nigerian Formerly a Houseboy Opens a Private School for Orphans in Warri with Free Food Daily

A Nigerian man has been hailed on social media for his educational initiative that is impacting the lives of kids in the slums of Iyara community, Warri, Delta.

The kindhearted man, Zion Oshiobugie, set up a free private primary school for orphans and out-of-school kids to acquire education.

Zion’s primary school also gives free food to the students everyday with 100 beneficiaries recorded so far.

Thanks to a Nigerian man identified as Zion Oshiobugie orphans and out-of-school kids in Iyara community, Warri get to acquire primary school education at no cost to them. Zion recently took to Twitter to share photos of a free private primary school he set up.

The school called Cleverminds Educational Foundation has been running for the past nine months.

According to Zion, students in the school also get free food daily with 100 of them already beneficiaries of this kindhearted initiative.

Appreciating God for the idea to set up the school as well as responding to comments, Zion who is passionate about child rights said he was once someone’s houseboy and as such understands how the poor kids feel.

He said:

“Alot of people say that to me though!. I was someone’s house boy before, I know what it feels like for these children , I pray for grace daily and I thank all the kindhearted persons who support our work.”

The school provides its students with free uniforms, hostel, food and laptops. Students of Abolarin College in Oke-Ila, Orangun are also not required to pay any school fees, an uncommon act shown by the king who teaches in the institution.

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