Education and Children
rights activist, Mr. Zion Oshiobugie, has been awarded
African Education Champion
of the year.


The award was presented to
young Africans by the Revive
Africa Initiative for their inspiring work in the continent,
he said in a statement
He also said he won the
award based on projects he
embarked upon that includes
vaccination for children, the
building of the first free private
primary school for orphans in
the slums of the Iyara community in Delta State, educational
interventions in slums among
others.


Oshiobugie further disclosed that the humanitarian
Service Award was given to
him by the Rotaract Club of Auchi Polytechnic, Edo State for
his contribution to humanity
as evident in the various projects confirmed by the awarding
group.


The statement also added
that the award was presented
to Zion Oshiobugie in recognition of his outstanding service
which is providing free primary school education to orphans
and the less privileged in a
slum area of Delta State.
Oshiobugie, who is the
founder of Cleverminds Educational Foundation, a non-profit
organisation in Warri, Delta
State, is known for his activism on rights to education for
children, especially in Warri
where his organisation caters
for out of school children in
large numbers.


Oshiobugie had received the
Hajiya Gambo Sawaba Community Impact Award last year
for his work in advocating for
basic education for vulnerable
children in Southern Niger

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