Using Chess Game To Change Lives In The Slums, One Chess Game at a Time.

Babatunde Onakoya, Founder/CEO of ‘Chess in Slum Africa’, tells News Central TV that the Non-Profit platform is dedicated to using the game of chess as a medium to give children living in slum communities, access to education, mentorship, and life-changing opportunities.

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