Nurul Islam, an Islamic school in Suleja, Niger State, has launched an appeal for funds to complete a school and library project.
Secretary of the school, Salmanu Isa Kallamu, said about N20 million was required to complete a one-storey building that would contain six classrooms and a library.
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The secretary called for support, which, he said, could either be in cash or building materials that would see to the completion of the noble project.
He said the school, which started operations in 2018, is still operating from inside a mosque that was built by the community and therefore called for donations from well-meaning Nigerians to support the school project.
He said the Islamic school had graduated students that have completed the basic principles of recitation of the Holy Quran.