How chess in Nigeria’s slums is changing young lives

Professional chess player and coach Babatunde Onakoya says chess saved him.

Now he’s using the game to educate children in Nigerian slum communities, with some even winning scholarships to study as a result.

Video journalist: Faith Ilevbare.

First Published 12.03.19: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-africa-47499618/how-chess-in-nigeria-s-slums-is-changing-young-lives



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