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Atiku launches educational program for IDP children


- Atiku Abubakar launches education programme for IDP children in Yola

- He also visited some of his old classmates

Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president has launched Technology Enhanced Learning for All (TELA) in Yola, the Adamawa state capital.

The former vice president spent yesterday with children from the community who would be benefitting from TELA


TELA is an American University of Nigeria project, teaching basic literacy and numeracy to vulnerable children, sponsored by USAID.


The former vice president spent yesterday, February 1, with children from the community who would be benefitting from the project.

Atiku expressed excitement about the project saying, 20,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) children will get valuable education.

Atiku also visited some of his old classmates, Alhaji Musa Mammawa and Alhaji Mahmud Song, where he was treated to a delicious meal of good rice and stew

Atiku with his old classmates in Yola


Atiku is said to have provided scholarship both in Nigeria and abroad to thousands of needy Nigerian students and had also built several schools across the country. According to him, he would continue supporting democracy and education in the country by using his experience and fortune.

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