Kids at Abuja Create a Superhero to support Educational Reformation in Nigeria

Top Quote Nigerians home-grown Super Hero 'By our kids and for our kids'. At Abuja Nigeria, children enter a competition to create a School Super Hero. The first of its kind in the Giant of Africa... End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 12, 2012 - "Carving a niche" is a phrase that has been taken literarily by the folks at All About Kids Abuja in Nigeria, as they introduce a Super hero competition where kids compete to create a school Super hero. Plans for the character include costume designs, comic's strips, cartoon animation and lots more.

    As the Nigerian Educational sector experiences reformation and restructuring, so are many schools and educational bodies. There is now a rise in creativity, and proactive learning in schools. A lot of Nigerians are now looking forward to these refreshing changes in school curriculum and activities.

    Nigerians are globally known for their thirst for knowledge. All over the world, in every developed or developing nation a Nigerian Professional will be found. As the Nation heals and calls Her people back home, it is imperative that the reformation and restructuring of the Nation's Educational system be tackled first and taken seriously.

    The Super hero competition will be the first of its kind in the country and has grabbed the attention of many Nigerians. The publicity for this competition is necessary to encourage other educational bodies to experiment with learning aids and to show that learning should always be fun. "The obsolete methods adopted by many Nigerian schools need to be re-evaluated and re-structured" says a spoke woman for All About Kids publicity department.

    All About Kids Abuja is an after school service provider, offering after school services to parents in Abuja as well as providing resources and learning aids to schools through their School Resource Center Nationwide. With a creative learning environment, the school endeavors' to make an impact on all their wards by introducing various educational activities and services. For more information visit the school website at, or join the growing community of fans on Face book at

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