Last week on Thursday 5th July 2017, we visited Ofua Seed secondary school and had a great time with the students. We joined them during their election campaigns and later had a dialogue with them as we discussed how they can peacefully coexist among themselves and how majorly girls can stay in school and avoid unhealthy student-teacher relationships.

There were also performances from Slaughterman Di Panga, Badberg Library and Great Krymz who were curtain raised by some students with extra ordinary dancing and rapping talents. It was a great experience as the students felt inspired and aired out their views on the major issues affecting refugees not only in their school but in the surrounding communities.

We encouraged each and everybody to take it as a goal to learn to stay peaceful with whoever is around and remember to encourage girls who have dropped out of school to embrace education with passion.