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The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi has endorsed the Dream Project for Africa for the organization’s efforts towards bringing development to the African nation. At a meeting with the leadership of the organization in his palace on Monday, May 30, 2016, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi said that “it is highly commendable that our continent has a team such as yours (Dream Project for Africa). We need you to champion the cause and deliver the product of a fully developed society for the people of Africa”.

Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi also rallies the international community to support DPA’s cause. He advises the organization to continue in love and dedication to the improvement of the black nation. “Your passion is my passion,” Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi declared to the Dream Project for Africa team. The CEO, Dream Project for Africa, Nelson Oluwabukola Michael presented the 1-year cake anniversary of the organization to the Ooni and asked for his blessings upon the team’s future projects.

Dream Project for Africa began an international tour in May 2016. The group is connecting with communities in Nigeria and initiating programs such as Project 10/10 (Project Ten over Ten) designed to provide a system of welfare for the underprivileged in the African community. It has also launched the No Child Left Behind Foundation, intended to provide a full academic scholarship to children from poor homes. Lateef Bello, an orphan is already a beneficiary of the No Child Left Behind Foundation. He has been offered a full academic scholarship from secondary to university level.

Dream Project for Africa recently concluded a the End Sexual Harassment and Bribery in Nigerian Colleges campaign. THe organization played a vital role in rallying communities and the media to promote the Sexual Harassment In Tertiary Educational Institutions Prohibition bill sponsored by Senator Ovie Omo-Agege. The bill is designed to totally eradicate rape and sexual harassment in Nigerian colleges.

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