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08 April 2018


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Schools don't have enough money to purchase books Francis. A former student of the school, Scott Waide, has arranged logistics so I'll drop off a carton of children's books at EMTV today.

We all have a responsibility to leave the world a better place than we found it. To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to put a smile on someone’s face, to contribute in any small way to national development. To know that one life has breathed easier because of your existence.

In my experience schools don't spend money to buy reading books for students. They want donations.

If Mr Koyango and his school are willing and ready to buy books then they are unique.

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