Wives of Nigeria Military School Alumni Donate to Orphanages in Kwara
Wives of the Nigerian Military School(NMS) , Zaria, 33rd Passing Out Platoon Alumni Association at the weekend in Ilorin, Kwara state capital donated palliatives to orphanage and less privileged children in the state.
They said that, the gesture was to show concern to the orphans and to alleviate their sufferings.
Speaking in Ilorin during the visit to the Kwara state Orphanage and Children Reception Centre, the leader of the group, Mrs. Nneka Ikeagwu, stated that the orphans and less privileged children deserves support so as to help them have a new lease of life in the society.
She decried the abandonment of the orphans and less privileged children in the society.
Ikeagwu, who was accompanied to the centre by 35 other wives said that, “We are in Ilorin, Kwara state capital with our husbands to hold annual retreat and reunion of the Alumni Association of the Nigerian Military School, Zaria, 33rd Passing Out Platoon and decided to pay a visit to the Kwara state Orphanage and Children Reception Centre in Ilorin.
“We believe in the development of humanity and provision of welfare to the orphans and less privileged children in order to change their lives for better.
“And this is the reason we are here to support them and to make them feel belongings and also to make them happy with our own little gifts that we are making available to them in Kwara state.
“ We brought the rice, semovita, oil, eggs, Indomies, gari, and other households goods to the orphans and less privileged children in the centre and we thanked our husbands for support us to donate the goods to them.
“We also thanked our host, Alhaji Umar Gambari for the hospitality that he extended to us and our husbands during the meeting in Ilorin.”
Earlier, the officer in charge of the centre, Alhaja Habitat Yusuf lauded the humanitarian gesture of the visitors.
She said that the support made to the orphans and less privileged children remained a good one that will go a long way of adding values to the socio well being.
Yusuf, however, called on the government to provide the center with the approved medical doctors that would be attending to the orphans and less privileged so as to boost their health care delivery in the centre.
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