Posted by News Express | 1 May 2020 | 629 times
Members of Ivory League of Progress, a socio-philanthropic club, recently visited the Old People’s Care Home, Yaba, Lagso, Modupe Cole Memorial Child Care & Treatment Home School Akoka and Women & Children with Disabilities Initiative Home to donate food items and other relief materials to cushion the hardships being experienced during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
At the Old People’s Care Home, the club’s representatives, led by President, Mr. Tunde Thani, were received by Matron, Mrs Caroline Inegbedion. She expressed gratitude of the aged citizens to the club for the humanitarian gesture.
Matron of Modupe Cole Memorial Child Care & Treatment Home School, Mrs S. A. Rabiu, who received the club, also thanked the members for bringing joy to the home during the lockdown and for meeting their basic needs.
At Women & Children with Disabilities Initiative, where the club also sponsors the education of some of the indigent students, the Proprietress, Mrs C. Olagunju, received the items donated with some of the children in attendance. She described the gestures from the club as coming at the right time for the welfare of the children.
Mr Thani said the gesture was made possible through the contributions and commitment of members of the club.
The President was accompanied by Messrs Sunnie Ojeriakhi and Taiwo Osunsanya.
•PHOTO: Ivory League of Progress delivering food items at the Old People’s Care Home, Opposite Queens College, Yaba, Lagos. Representing the club is the President, Ivorian Tunde Thani, assisted by Ivorian Sunnie Ojeriakhi, while receiving for the home is the matron.
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