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Another Child Gets a Sponsor..

AAwwwh~ Truly this week has been fantastic for everyone in RSN, as we have individuals who are interested in sponsoring education of the disadvantaged children.

This week, we made an appeal through e-mail to some group of people of the need to pull resources together so we could pay the piling debt and school fees of a young man called Immanuel who was ejected from school by the school authority because his parents could not afford to pay his outstanding debts and school fees. He has stayed at home for some good months until, silently wishing to go back to school. Born into a family of eight, he said life has been pretty challenging.

Today, our young friend, has gotten a sponsor who is going to pay up his outstanding debt and termly pay his school fees until he finishes his secondary education.

Thank You, Sponsor!!!!! Thank You so much..


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  1. thats great news. good to hear the great things that is happening around the world. always good to focus on the positive!

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  2. Thank you for visiting our page! thanks for your kind words. We appreciate it and this motivates us to keep doing what we know how best to do i.e -sponsoring the education programme of young people from disadvantaged homes. Regards~

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