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OAKFIELD SCHOOL ON POTTERY TRAINING AND ADVENTURES WITH ANAGO JAMES AKEEM OSHO IN BADAGRY

Adventure, Story telling and Education bring smiles to the face of Anago James Akeem Osho. In the background are the Students of Oakfield school who were tour guided by Anago Osho.

Teachers and students concentrating on pottery making
The Students of Oakfield Schools and the pottery instructor during the pottery training

Students practicing how to mould with the clay









Anago Osho's friend, Akintunde Sangosakin Ajala is standing behind a shelf of beautiful potteries at the pottery training centre Badagry.

See me. I am a Creator too.



Anago Osho and Akintunde Sangosakin Ajala at the pottery centre

Anago and Akintunde With the instructor



Welcome to The Pottery Centre

The Proprietress and Director of Oakfield School, Mrs Agboola, about to enter the boat for continued adventure and education

Anago is helping Mrs Agboola to wear the life jacket before enterying the boat.

Anago, Sangosakin, some students and Teachers are leaving the shore for a safari boat ride.

village youths enjoying the afternoon swim


Anago James Akeem Osho educating the students

Educate the mind and feel the spirit with Anago James Akeem Osho


For further details please contact - Anago James Akeem Osho as your tourist guide ON POTTERY TRAINING, Escursion AND ADVENTURES IN BADAGRY. Tel: 234(0)8037043233 or +22962104900
Email: anago.tourism@gmail.com


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