The founder of CleverMinds Educational Foundation has bagged another award for the great work he is doing to help orphans and underprivileged children get equitable access to quality education in the most rural parts of Africa. The CAHR Awards, an initiative of CSR-in-Action Advocacy in partnership with Global Rights Nigeria, seeks to recognise and appreciate individuals and companies whose performance in the areas of community engagement and human rights have been outstanding or exemplary.
Mr Zion Oshiobugie via his clever minds educational foundation runs a free school for over 167 orphans and underprivileged children in his first school for orphans located in edjeba warri delta state, Nigeria with plans to build more schools in other slum communities.
Mr Zion Oshiobugie emerged winner of the Hajiya Gambo Sawaba Community Impact Award (Individual) in the 2020 Community Engagement and Human Rights (CAHR) Awards following a rigorous nomination and voting process with a final review by the Awards Jury. Mr Zion Oshiobugie, a former domestic help has always maintained that awards do not motivate him to do this work of educating orphans for free, rather the work and his dedication to helping orphans in the most rural areas motivates people to recognize him and his team.
Other Awards received by Mr. Zion Oshiobugie & Clever Minds educational foundation recently includes:
- Award for Impact on youths in Delta state by the ministry of youth development Delta state
- Pace Humanitarian Award for mentoring & Educational development
- Person of the Year by Glazia
- Unsung Heroes Award by the Delta state Economic summit group