2022 SixthSense Summer Children Reading Camp Opens today in Abeokuta - THE BUSINESS PACKAGE


Monday, August 8, 2022

2022 SixthSense Summer Children Reading Camp Opens today in Abeokuta

The 5th edition of the SixthSense Summer Children Reading Camp of The SixthSense Initiative is to be declared open by Chief Sina Luwoye President, Egba Summit Group this  Monday, 8th of August, 2022 at the camp venue.

The Programme theme "Reading Culture: A tool for National Development", which is the fifth in the series of reading camp, according to the founder Mr. Abiodun Oladimeji Lasile is to hold at Wooten Hall, Baptist Girls College, Idi Aba, Abeokuta at 10:00am.

The SixthSense Initiative, a registered nonprofit Organization, is championing the course of grooming tomorrow's leaders through reading culture with various Concepts and Programmes.

The Summer Children Reading Camp concept, a flagship programme of The SixthSense initiative was flagged off by Nobel Laureate Prof Wole Soyinka in 2018 will accommodate participants to a week of intensive training on Reading Culture as well as having a swell time with notable personalities in addition to activities which includes, Reading skills and techniques amongst others.

Moreover, Participants will also interact with Achievers, Authors, Professors, Judge and Professionals who will be sharing quality time with the campers between the ages 8 and 15years.

 It's going to be a lifelong experience with notable professionals and resource persons in the week-long activities of intensive SEVEN DAYS (August 7 to 13, 2022) Camping.

Also, to be in attendance at the Opening Ceremony is Hon. Tunde Oladunjoye as Special Guest of Honour, a renowned Journalist, Mrs Ogunleye Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and notable dignitaries. 

The SixthSense Initiative is currently involved in the distribution of free books to schools, children, libraries and communities through another Concept of ours named Community Mobile Library Services, an offshoot of the initiative. 
Let's make our Children read again to build a better Nigeria.

We can jointly groom tomorrow's  leaders through reading, today!

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