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27 Jul
The impact aptLearn has on the technology community and the larger society is multifold, and it all starts with students and instructors.
31 Aug 2019
As primary and secondary students enjoy their long vacation, experts have encouraged parents and caretakers to consider letting children and youths partake in extra-curricular activities and...
30 Aug 2018
s part of efforts to empower youths in the country, Dufil Prima Foods, has donated educational materials and cash to the Leadership Empowerment and Resource Network (LEARN).An initiative of the former First Lady of Lagos State, Mrs. Abimbola Fashola, LEARN....
3 Sep 2016
Speaking during the presentation of the items and cash donation at LEARN Centre in Surulere Lagos, the Group Public Relations and Events Manager, Dufil Prima Foods, Mr. Tope Ashiwaju, said the firm’s nine years partnership with LEARN was...

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