The MALLPAI Foundation has promised that it would continue to cater to the poor in the society – Founder of the foundation and wife of Kebbi state governor, Hajiya Aisha Abubakar Bagudu, made the promise during MALLPAI’s 10th anniversary – Founded in 2009, MALLPAI has so far rendered humanitarian services in almost all sectors of life such as health, education, agriculture and social life The wife of Kebbi state governor, Hajiya Aisha Abubakar Bagudu has promised that her foundation, Mass Literacy for The Less Privileged and the Almajiris Initiative (MALLPAI), would continue to cater for the poor in the society. Hajiya Bagudu stated this on Saturday, January 11, during the 10th year anniversary of the MALLPAI held in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Speaking during a panel session at the event.
Hajiya Bagudu assured that her foundation will continue to give back to society through the foundation.
She also revealed that MALLPAI foundation has commenced training of teachers and mallams in northern Nigeria.
Hajiya Aisha Abubakar Bagudu has promised that MALLPAI foundation will continue to empower the less privileged in the society. Photo credit: Makinde Oluwarotimi Source: Facebook “We are training them into the new system so that they will able to train the young ones. Without primary school education, we don’t have anything because that’s the base. “We are also training the Islamic schools as well, the mallams there. So that they will be able also to teach those children properly,’’ she said. She revealed that most of the foundation workers are volunteers without pay, stating that they work without being paid. According to her, the volunteers are mostly working for the foundation due to the passion they have for less privileged children in the society. “Passion alone drives any initiative in the society,’’ she added.