Korea Commits $15m To School Projects In Nigeria

Korea Commits $15m To School Projects In Nigeria

The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has budgeted 15 million dollars for construction of schools to promote basic education in Nigeria.

A statement by the organisation yesterday said a team to be led by the representative of KOICA in Nigeria, Mr. Jung Sang-Hoon, would be visiting the sites to study the feasibility and design of the projects.

Apart from the school projects, KOICA is also embarking on a project titled “project for the construction of model school complex for primary and secondary education in Abuja.”

Source: Naij.com

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