In 2005 we kicked off the Get Nigeria Reading again! Campaign to draw attention to the importance of reading to personal and national development. The campaign is aimed mainly at children and youth. The activities may include distribution of books to participating students, a writing competition around the book distributed, interactive sessions with authors, reading sessions and a literary evening. The campaign has involved over 2,000 students in over 100 schools.

Koko Kalango in conversation with Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka in Port Harcourt in 2006
Author, James Ene Henshaw with other authors and students after an interactive session in Calabar in 2007
Chief Emeka Anyaoku reads to students at the UN House in Abuja in 2008
Gov. Fashola reads to children on UN Intl. Day 2008 in Lagos
Min. of Info. Dora Akunyili reads to children at the UN House in Abuja in 2009
Min. of Pet. Diezani Allison-Madueke reads to children on UN World Book & Copyright Day 2010 in Abuja
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Odein Ajumogobia reads to children at TOTAL in Port Harcourt in 2011
Oby Ezekwesili reads to children in Ajegunle, Lagos in 2012