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Tunde Onakoya, the Nigerian changing young lives across Africa with chess (Inspire Africa)

Africanews host Jerry Fisayo-bambi (L) and Tunde Onakoya, Chess in Slums Africa (R)
Africanews host Jerry Fisayo-bambi (L) and Tunde Onakoya, Chess in Slums Africa (R) Copyright 2023
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By Jerry Fisayo-Bambi
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Interview with Nigeria's award winning chess master Tunde Onakoya

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On this episode of Inspire Africa in the story of the solar powered cooking stove developed by a young student in the Democratic Republic of Congo

In Abuja, Nigeria, the-Pay-As-You Go secondary school providing children from low-income households access to qualitative education.

And later on the show, we meet with Nigeria's Tunde Onakoya, the award-winning chess master, coach and founder of Chess in Slum Africa.

A big thank you to Musee des confluences, Lyon for the location of the filming of this episode.

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