To contribute to the educational aspect of the country, Supportifly, a non-profit organisation has donated exercise books to the schools in Ibadan, Oyo state.
The donation was in line with its “School is Not Scam” exercise books donation project.
The initiative which kicked off last year was founded by Philanthropist, Bolarinwa Kashif who believe in the power of education, she remains committed to leveraging this platform and resources to change the narrative in the education sector in Nigeria.
The initiative is aimed to dispel the miseducation and help to reverse the trend that education has no value.
The benefitting schools the team visited on Valentine’s Day include Ijokodo High School and Cheshire High School.
Asides from the school project, Kashif, also known as Mr Fly, creates jobs and gives back to society by supporting vulnerable persons and empowering youths and children from low-income homes.
The astute businessman said, “I am committed to restoring hope, educational value and creating a better Nigeria. I want these children to know that education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
During their school visits, the group sensitised the students on the significance of staying in school, getting good grades and making their parents proud.
As part of its benchmark, the Supportifly team will visit more schools throughout the year, using its social media platforms to financially support the oppressed, vulnerable and helpless across the nation.
Meanwhile, Mr Fly has also earned some accolades from organisations across Nigeria for contributing to a better society.
His Fly Fitness gym has become a haven where pregnant women get free stressless delivery through healthy exercise.
Today, his gym boasts world-class equipment. It is one of the most visited in the ancient city of Ibadan.