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Nigerian man returns to his school in Akwa Ibom state to renovate the computer lab

Nigerian man returns to his school in Akwa Ibom state to renovate the computer lab

A Nigerian man has since become a viral sensation after he took to social media to reveal how he renovated a primary school he graduated from.

Primary schools are regarded as one of the important foundations of a child. This is one of the major reasons a lot of parents ensure to put their kids in good schools. For the ones who are not so privileged, they depend on good Samaritans like Editi Effiong for a brighter future.

This Nigerian man is ensuring less privileged children also have access to education by giving back to the society through his generous works. He recently took to social media to reveal that he would be renovating the computer laboratory of the primary school he attended in 1992.

He even went on to announce job vacancies for graduates who would be interested in teaching computer science. His plans towards the institution left many people filled with admiration on social media as stories of people giving back to their communities in this times are often heard of.

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The school which is located in Mbak Itam, Itu LGA in Akwa Ibom has since had its computer lab renovated by Editi Effiong. He shared photos of the new lab on Twitter.

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It is amazing to see people reaching out to the less privilege through different means and for Editi Effiong, children having a little bit of ICT knowledge is clearly very important.

Kudos to him for this remarkable contribution!

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