AIFA READING SOCIETY’S PRESIDENT; PROFESSOR OKONEDO, JOINS THE BOARD OF THE GRADUATE MANAGEMENT ADMISSION COUNCIL (GMAC)

Professor Enase Okonedo, President of AIFA Reading Society and Dean of the Lagos Business School on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, was appointed a Director, of a leading and global graduate business school – Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) The AIFA Reading Society is confident that its ...
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AIFA Reading Society Donates Educational Materials to Indigent Children to Bridge Educational Gap

To bridge the educational gap created by the COVID-19 pandemic, a non-governmental organisation, AIFA Reading Society has donated educational and literary materials to indigent children and youths of Magbon Alade Community, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos. The donation, which was part of the society’s efforts ...
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The Ecstasy of Reading!

The AIFA Mini Story Series: Session1 ‘A Telephone Call’ by Dorothy Parker The ecstasy derived from book club gatherings cannot be over emphasized. Book clubs are adventurous moments that allows many the opportunity to tour book genres, each genre providing many experiences! Join the AIFA Mini St...
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Can Reading Be More Amusing

IFA BOOK CLUB  Can Reading Be More Amusing? Are you an avid reader, a partial reader or non-reader? Do you know reading can be fun! While reading to some persons is an effortless and pleasurable ordeal, some persons still struggle through reading a book. The former was the experience of members an...
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AIFA Reading Society 2019 Highlights

AIFA Reading Society has had a remarkable year! Thanks to you! Our unique events and projects which centred on promoting learning and reading culture, impacted over 20,000 young persons across Nigeria. We recognise your participation and contributions to the Society’s activities, thus making this ...
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EVERY CHILD DESERVES EQUAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION

“I wanted to be an astronaut, but I was told that the blind cannot be that and so, I would like to be a newscaster”. The words of Ifeoluwa Jolayemi, one of the graduating student of the Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted Children, Surulere, represents the various sad tales of man...
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YOUNG WRITERS AWARDS: RE-POSITIONING EDUCATION IN NIGERIA FOR RELEVANCE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Writing, as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, is a medium of human communication that represents language with signs and symbols. Writing as an important form of communication allow individuals express their thoughts, opinion, emotions and personal experiences on diverse issues of life. It i...
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THE AIFA BOOK CLUB

The AIFA Book Club on September 7, 2019, organised a Reading Session for Members and Friends of the Society at Domino’s Pizza, Surulere, Lagos. The book discussed was “Animal Farm”, an allegory novella by George Orwell. The book narrates the ordeal of a mindful set of animals who rebelled agai...
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CHAMPIONING THE ESSENCE OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA THROUGH THE AIFA READING SOCIETY BOOK DRIVE

Books form an integral part of every child’s learning. The Society’s primary focus has been to promote the adoption of best reading practices across Nigeria through one of its projects, ‘Books Recycle Scheme’ which aims at affording Nigerian students and teachers the opportunity to access va...
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WHAT TO THE SLAVE IS THE FOURTH OF JULY ? THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM OF AFRICA AMERICANS.

The Tolstoy Circle of the AIFA Book Club came together on July 27, 2019 for its 2nd book reading session at MILIKI, Victoria Island. The Tolstoy Circle is a cell of the AIFA Book Club created by Professor Fabian Ajogwu, SAN. The poignant speech of Frederick Douglass titled “What to the Slave is ...
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