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2017 International Day of the African Child, African Child Foundation to host African Child Pize

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African Child Foundation visits Uganda Police chief, demands release of all political detaininee or be charged to court.

African Child Foundation visits Uganda Police chief, demands release of all political detaininee or be charged to court. Following several reports on human rights abuses and unlawful detention arising from brutal crackdowns on opposition during the pre-election rallies between President Yoweri Museveni, 10 other candidates including popstar-turned-lawmaker Bobi Wine, The African Child Foundation led by the Regional Director, Amb. Onosakponome Donaldson visited the inspector general of the Ugandan Police demanding for the immediate release of all political detainees or be charged to court to be tried for alleged crimes. Speaking with Journalists after the meeting in the wake of the 25 January ruling by the Kampala court which said that: “The restrictions imposed on (Wine) are unlawful.” though collaborated by the police chief In its defence, the Ugandan government had not disputed the presence of security forces at Wine’s home in Kampala, but said they were there “as a preventive measure with the aim of neutralising security threats”. The regional director appealed to the Police Boss Mr Martins Okoth Ochola to heed to this request releasing all opposition leaders whom like wine being held at various police detention within the next few days in the part of honour.

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African child foundation International, is set to honour Africans who have played extra ordinary roles in the society through its Prize/ Award, as part of it commitment to create values among young ones in a morally decaying society.

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African Child Foundation 2020 Awards/Prize

African child foundation International, is set to honour Africans who have played extra ordinary roles in the society through its Prize/ Award, as part of it commitment to create values among young ones in a morally decaying society.

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Kenyatta, Ezekwesili, Briggs others honoured at 2017 African Child Prize

President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, Dr Mrs Ipalibo Banigo, Deputy Governor Rivers State, former Minister of Education, Dr Oby Ezekwesili, have been presented the prestigious African Child Prize.

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29th Ordinary Session of the Commitee of expert on the right and welfare of the Child

The ACERWC opened its 29th Ordinary Session on 02nd May, 2017, in Maseru, The Kingdom of Lesotho. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Her Majesty the Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso, recognised the particular significance of this session as timely and appropriate for Lesotho as the country seeks to host the Secretariat of the Committee.

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African NGO to Honour Nobles with Prize

By Tare Youdeowei LAGOS—African Child Foundation International, a non government organisation, is set to honour credible Africans, institutions and companies for novelty, as it hosts African Child Prize, ACP.

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NGO to nominate Obasanjo for Nobel Peace Prize

By Tare Youdeowei Lagos—The African Child Foundation, hosts of African Child Prize and the Nigerian Role Model Awards, has concluded plans to nominate Olusegun Obasanjo for the Nobel Peace Prize, as it commended the former president for his outstanding role in peace building in Nigeria and Africa. Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/03/ngo-nominate-obasanjo-nobel-peace-prize/

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Court Upholds Right of Nigerian Children to Free Primary Education

Court Upholds Right of Nigerian Children to Free Primary Education

Abuja A Federal High Court in Abuja presided by Justice John Tsoho has declared that every Nigerian child has the constitutional right to free and compulsory primary education and free junior secondary education. The judge also held that the federal and state governments have constitutional duties to provide adequate fund for it

Agenda for Children 2040s

The Africa’s Agenda for Children 2040 emanates from the conclusions of the High Level Conference to assess the status of the rights of children in Africa 25 years after the adoption of the Charter, that was held in Addis Ababa, from 20-21 November 2015, as part of the Commemoration activities of the 25th Anniversary of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child.

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