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BADAGRY POTTERY TRAINING CENTRE AND ANAGO JAMES AKEEM OSHO, HOSTS REDEEMER'S INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


POTTERY TRAINING IN BADAGRY
Anago James Akeem Osho, Mrs Akinsulire and students of Redeemer's  International School  in Badagry
On the 11th of June, 2015, Anago Tourism Adventures hosted the Redeemer International School in Badagry. The school lodged at Soketta Hotels, where a leadership programme was held.

The escursion was climaxed by practical training at The Pottery Training Centre, Badagry. The escursion coordinator, Mrs Ifeoma Nwabulue (Sectional Head, Upper Primary school, Curriculum Head, Mathematics, Science, ICT e.t.c.) was so pleased that she said '' This is exciting''.

Mrs Tomi Akinsulire, the schools travel consultant and Director of Sweet Tours Holiday was full of smiles and satisfaction.

The pottery training was educative, practical, picturesque, fun and exciting.

A student confessed that she'd like to have her own pottery centre where she could produce cups, bowls, and other ceramic ornaments and cell to the world. She has discovered her path on the road of life.

For further information on escursion to the Pottery training centre, Badagry, contact:

Anago James Akeem Osho
+234(0)8037043233
anago.tourism@gmail.com
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