Recently, the National Black United Front’s (NBUF) N’Joya Weusi African Centered Saturday School Mahafali (Graduation) held at at 2428 Southmore Blvd. Houston, TX 77004.
The N’Joya Weusi African Centered Saturday School is a 5-week program for ages 8-16 year old youth in the Greater Houston area. The children are collectively taught right-brain mathematics, science and cultural projects in a unified setting. Teachers (Mwalimus) at the N’Joya Weusi Saturday School teach five classes (darasas) intertwined with the Swahili language and Nguzo Saba (Seven Principles) of Kwanzaa. The children (mwanafunzis) demonstrated high level of enthusiasm and understanding in physics, agriculture, water purification and energy. N’Joya Weusi African Centered Saturday School has sessions quarterly and meets every Saturday for a 5-week program from 10:45 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The N’Joya Weusi Saturday School is developed from NBUF’s World African Centered Education Plan and named after two of the founding members Seydou N’Joya and Jitu Weusi.