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Elekeru Community Project




Are u in or around Elekeru community? Black Girls Ignite Africa in Partnership with IEVAWC will be embarking on a community project. Building of Primary Schools. Do you Want to Volunteer? For More Info- send all your requests, questions or suggestions to ievawc_ng@yahoo.com. Or send a text to +2348181096328. Thanks.


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February 2013


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