TOMORROW, Tuesday, September, 28, the Pan African Writers Association, PAWA, will play host to five envoys to mark its maiden “World Kids Literature Day.”
In a press release yesterday, Secretary General of PAWA, Dr Wale Okediran disclosed that the “High commissioners/Ambassadors of South Africa, Egypt, USA, Nigeria, India to Ghana (and others) and the Country Representative of Unesco Ghana will read with children at PAWA House, Roman Ridge-Accra to commemorate the maiden edition of PAWA’s “World Kids Literature Day.”
“There will also be other activities as workshops, Blast a balloon & read along!, Read to Play Video game, Pick & Read! DigiRead X’perience etc.”
Okediran added that the event will also be held virtually as participants from across the world can participate via:
ID: 864 1139 8853 | Passcode: 600050
TIME: 10am GMT, 11am Lagos, 1pm Nairobi and Kampala
Partnering the PAWA on this unique project are:
Worldreader Ghana, Achievers Ghana, Ghana Publishers Association, APNET, Biblionep, Ghana Reads Initiative.
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