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Jenny Chisom Visits Oakland International School Abuja; Teaches Blogging

Today at Oakland International School, Jenny Chisom visited courtesy of the Head Teacher, Mr. Franklyn Adjetey and she met lots of beautiful Year 1 to year 4 pupils.

In Year 3 and Year 4 class, Suleiman told the class about his first day at School. He said it was terrific and he made friends with other pupils who loved to play games and dislike having a hair cut.

Fatimah said she was shy on her first day at school but now she has lots of friends like Safiyya, Maryam, Chinelo and Atinuke.

Pupils also told Jenny about lots of computer games they love to play like Starwars, Call of duty, Mario, and Watchdog.

The Year three were all dressed in their official school uniforms while the Year four class were sporting their PE outfits. 
Jenny wished she could play with the Year four class. Even though they invited her to join, she declined.

Ms Juliet and Mr. Emmanuel and Mr. Adjetey snapped everyone pictures and here are the pictures for your delight.

PS: This blog post was done in-class!


SylvianNnamdi said…
Wow!this is great.on a whole new level,proud of u!
Nice one. Catching them young.
Great things start with small beginnings.
Emperor said…
wow... where is the school located ? never heard of a school like Oakland in Abuja.....

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