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Nov
2022
26

GIVING FOR LIVING FOUNDATION COLLABORATE DIVINE HERITAGE CHILDREN’S CENTRE, MARKS ORPHAN DAY WITH PROVISION OF RELIEF ITEMS FOR LESS PRIVILEGED KIDS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

4894j4j4n5087280010925019301 Commemorating Orphan day, to put smiles on the countenances of children, primarily the less privileged, Giving Living Foundation, Christian Alliance For Orphans (CAFO) and Divine Heritage Children's Centre united to heighten empathy. A specially packaged family and community-based care outreach for orphan and vulnerable households, the program addresses persons with broken dreams, broken relationships, failed plans, misery trauma, tragedy or bitter consequence amongst other forms of obstacles.
Featuring games, motivational messages, cutting of the cake, prayer sessions and provision of relief items etc, the undertaking weighed the act of charity, tenderness and benevolence at its peak.
The psychosocial and counselling session dated the 26th of November 2022, provided a seasoned Psychologist, Dr Oni Temitope to elucidate the theme; Better Together: Exchanging Your Brokenness For Wholeness.
With parents also present as guests at the Divine Heritage Children's Centre (where the gathering was activated), the event significantly ushered in the yuletide season into the mindset of attendees.
According to Mrs Ebun Idowu, Founder, of Divine Heritage Children's Centre, "Yearly, we look at reaching the vulnerable and orphans in the community, it is a tradition for us every November to show love and care".
"This is the second outing we're having this month, we came back to base after facilitating a similar course like this in offin at Oreta road in Igbogbo".
She continued, "There we brought children together and reached out to them with food drinks and clothes items, providing relief materials to them, and praying for them, the idea is basically to show love, letting the kids know that they're not forgotten, because God cares for them".
"Also, we did something different this year by inviting a psychologist to join the program and engage the children on the importance of not giving up, no matter the background, upbringing and life trajectory".
"The main focus of the teaching is to enlighten them on not losing hope regardless of their prevailing circumstances and abandoned internal crises". "We made them understand that their future is great and God will see them through all situations (using our numerous life experiences as a case study)".
She further explained that despite the situation in the country, their advocacy is to keep the children concentrated on accomplishing their dreams. Explaining that the foundation cannot achieve the course all alone, Mrs Ebun told Ikorodu News Network (INN) that they are open to influential Nigerians, competent to join the course of putting smiles on the faces of children to get on board. "We're calling on all men and women of great substance to come out and be a voice to the voiceless in the community through our foundation". "Let us come and share joy and happiness this season, let us stand by them to be encouraged, and letting them know that they are not alone means we have to work together". "The environment is vast and only one organisation cannot do it, that's why we're trusting God to get more capable supportive individuals to join us, so we can reach out to more children in need" Mrs Ebun asserted. Emphasising her role in the session, Dr Oni Temitope, a counselling psychologist who runs a sound mind therapeutic clinic, told INN that she operates a program on Radio designed to educate teens and youths.
According to her, the session is motivational to uplift the children from living hopelessly. She explained, "Due to some issues the children have had in time past, they're overwhelmed with the mindset that they can not make it in life. But my job is to make them feel like things can only get better after trials and tribulations as long as they don't give up". "I engaged them in the power of positivity, never relenting in forging ahead. No matter what crises brought them to the orphanage home, if their emotion can stay on the optimistic side, then definitely they'll become great".
She expanded that her discourse is meant to give the kids and even their parents the reassurance that only good things can happen if they don't give up on themselves. On the latter, Evangelist Helen Anyadike connected the children via the theme of Bible, before praying for everyone in attendance.
The program culminated with the cutting of the cake by orphans and the presentation of relief items to the children.

Commemorating Orphan day, to put smiles on the countenances of children, primarily the less privileged, Giving Living Foundation, Christian Alliance For Orphans (CAFO) and Divine Heritage Children’s Centre united to heighten empathy. A specially packaged family and community-based care outreach for orphan

Nov
2022
10

OSHODI ARTS GALLERY TO MARK YULETIDE WITH CHRISTMAS CAROL, END OF YEAR CELEBRATION 2022 ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

storage emulated 0 pictures comica cartoon16680615405464678024008069123659 Oshodi Arts Gallery, deemed one of the largest art collection centres is put to mark the year 2022 in grand style as the yuletide sets in.
The Ikorodu-based tourist attraction is organising a Christmas carol and end-of-the-year celebration in 2022 tagged 'SING FOR CHRIST' celebration of the festive season with art, culture and Christmas Carol and end of the celebrations. According to the CEO, Dr Oshodi Seyi Paul, This year's edition promised to be more exciting and fulfilling, relating great opportunities for children to showcase their talents and skills".
"Parents and children will also have wonderful time together with Santa Claus to receive gifts".
"For us, It is a gathering to crown the year with excitement and fulfil llment. This year edition will be a two days event, with day one (8th of December) meant for a children's tour, pep talk and art competition".
"Day two (9th of December), which is the grand finale will feature presentations, games, Carols and other side attractions" Dr Oshodi added. With gate fee 1,000 naira only, children are eligible to participate in the event as year event as day one will take place at Oshodi Arts Gallery, while day two will climax at the Ikorodu musical village.

Oshodi Arts Gallery, deemed one of the largest art collection centres is put to mark the year 2022 in grand style as the yuletide sets in. The Ikorodu-based tourist attraction is organising a Christmas carol and end-of-the-year celebration in 2022 tagged ‘SING

Nov
2022
10

ZEEDARS ELITE CLUB DONATES 100 PAIRS OF UNIFORMS TO PUPILS OF WESLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL EREFUN IN OGIJO ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

399000000006849445600092728336 Principal relief association, Zeedars Elite Club has donated free school uniforms to 100 pupils of Wesley Primary School, located in the Erefun community of Ogijo in Ogun State.
Present at the program on the 9th of November 2022, Ikorodu News Network (INN) gathered that the Club made the donations to not only put smiles on the faces of students that lack the financial means but to also improve the school standards.
According to the club's project coordinator, Zeedars Elite Club, founded in 2019 is gradually becoming a unit to identify with in areas of uplifting the stranded and less privileged.
The club was amassed by the school's headmistress, Mrs Oshinowo Yemisi, playing host to other dignitaries including HRM, Oba Kazeem Gbadamosi, Ologijo of Ogijo, High Chief Wasiu Bamgbelu, Baale of Erefun, CSP Omoh Olorogun, DPO Ogijo, Prince Wasiu Gbadebo, Club's Adviser and the club's patron, Mr Taiwo Ebenezer.
Guests were also delighted by students of the school, welcoming all in attendance with series of fascinating traditional songs and dance.
In a brief speech by the King of Ogijo land, Oba Kazeem explained that the club has prioritised supporting residents in his communities for positive reasons, most especially the ones without means.
He encouraged the club to continue their good works, raining prayers and royal blessings on the members.
"The spirit of service to humanity is oozing out of all the members of the Zeeders Elite Club, from the first time I encountered them, I was able to ascertain their true course, and I've been opened to them whenever they call".
"Projects like this are what am most excited about, and that's why am glad to be associated with the club" Oba Kazeem added.
The King also used the medium to praise the DPO of Ogijo for not only lending, but also policing the community effectively.
CSP Omoh Olorogun, DPO Ogijo, in his short remarks, lauded the club for reaching out to the needy, adding that such a kind gesture should be emulated by all.
He continued, "The club embodies responsible individuals, and they're embarking on projects that only right-thinking people will do".
The CSP further explained that he will like to be a part of the club when he retires, asking the club to continue with their good works to aid community growth.
High Chief Wasiu Bamgbelu, Baale of Erefun community, extolled the club for their kind gestures, encouraging them to continue blessing his town.
According to the Baale, "There are a lot of associations in Ogijo, but none has made such generous moves as Zeedars Elite Club".
He proceeded, "For me, the club is thinking outside of the box and they must be encouraged in their endeavours".
"The children are all smiling today because Zeedars Elite Club has brought joy to them, even the parents are excited because the club has brought comfort" He asserted
The club on the latter, through its spokesperson, Mr Ahmed Ajayi, pleaded with the Ogun state government to grant subsequent project approval requests made by the unit.
According to Mr Ahmed, the school uniform project execution was delayed due to late approval by the government jurisdiction in charge (SUBEB).
"We want them to know that we're a non-political and also non-government organisation, Our only focus is to help the impoverished, the less privileged with our hard-earned resources".
"All we do is carry out project needs assessment, put our reserves together and support our targetted area of choice" Mr Ahmed concluded
Capping the event, Mrs Oshinowo Yemisi, Headmistress of Wesley primary school, thanked the club for identifying with the school to improve the lives of pupils.
She noted that what the club has done will strengthen education in the community, exhorting them to continue by looking at other areas they can also support the institution.

Principal relief association, Zeedars Elite Club has donated free school uniforms to 100 pupils of Wesley Primary School, located in the Erefun community of Ogijo in Ogun State. Present at the program on the 9th of November 2022, Ikorodu News Network (INN)

Oct
2022
31

LION DAVID PEACE AKINOSHO OFFICIALLY BECOMES CHARTER PRESIDENT OF IKORODU PECULIAR LIONS CLUB ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

9494k4nm6801876234587026025 In Questing to achieve more set goals in the realm of service to humanity, Ikorodu Peculiar Lions club in district 404A1 Nigeria officially prided itself on its charter ceremony and public installation of club officers.
The occasion took niche at the MM international hotels and Suites in Sabo axis of Ikorodu on the 30th of October 2022, playing host to fellow club administrators and volunteer units.
Enthusiastic about setting standards and benchmarks towards building a perfect structure and aid monument, Lion David Peace Akinosho was inducted as the club's Charter President.
Recently working together with St. Raphael Hospital, catering to over 160 people on a free eye treatment project in Ikorodu North LCDA, the club has in a very short while subjected its time, treasure and talent as a tool to community development.
Before the installation, Lion Anogwi Anyanwu PMJF NLCF FCA HCIB, District Governor, in his remarks, advised the new club (birthed from Ikorodu Unique Lions Club) to ensure it succeeds in meeting the needs of the neighbourhood and serving the impoverished.
He further implored the club members to bear in mind its five focal areas of service, which are; Vision, Hunger Alleviation, Environmental Protection, Fight Against Diabetes & Cancer.
Congratulating Lion David Akinosho, club officers and board members, Lion Anogwi instructed the club leadership to live up to expectations in diligently propelling her numerous assignment.
"The Club is deemed the most fundamental unit of our Association and the direct link with our cherished communities".
"I assure you of my support and that of the District in your strive to meet your goals for the Service Year, we look forward to a fruitful and pleasant working relationship" Lion Anogwi asserted
Installation of the Charter President and club officers and induction of new members were subsequently done by Lion Anogwi Anyanwu.
Post installation, Lion Akinosho David in his acceptance speech appreciated Lion Esan Adefunke and other Lion members for impacting his being and increasing his knowledge to become a determined and better Lion.
According to him, Ikorodu Peculiar Lions Club is a ground for true service-minded people with the spirit of equality, unity of minds and togetherness.
Lion Akinosho continued, "We're all learning together to get better and productive in our various fields of life. That's why together, we'll steer the wheel of the club to greater and sustainable height by God's grace".
"Our Signature Project ratified by the Board is a prototype of a UK moveable Bus Stop shelter stand branded in Lions Colour and Logo at every Community B/Stops both left and right from Sabo down to Imota our coverage area".
"We engaged ourselves in participating in Feeding the Hungry, Tree planting, Diabetes Awareness Campaign with flyers, Cancer Awareness Initiative and Vision Exercise".
Lion Akinosho concluded his speech by pledging to serve in his best capacity with love, respect, understanding, togetherness and open-mindedness.
Notable faces in attendance include; Lion Engr. H.O.B Lawal, Past International Director, Alhaja Asake Yaro, PCC Kola Oyekanmi, Lion Adefunke Esan, Zone 5A chairperson, Lion Adeniyi Lawal, Region 4 chairperson, Lion Dr Waheed Ishola, Region 5 chairperson, Lion Ahmed Ajayi, Lion Babatunde Akadri Adeleke 'Sayleke', President Ikorodu Diamond lions club, Lion Idowu Tomac, Lion Prince Adeyinka Oyenuga, others.

In Questing to achieve more set goals in the realm of service to humanity, Ikorodu Peculiar Lions club in district 404A1 Nigeria officially prided itself on its charter ceremony and public installation of club officers. The occasion took niche at the MM

Sep
2022
30

25TH ANNIVERSARY: ORIWU OLD STUDENTS ASSOCIATION, SET ’97 INSTALLS 3-EXTENSION WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM IN JUNIOR COLLEGE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

8887766789908478776824734047089 Returning the favour for years of intellectual impact and beneficial endeavour, Oriwu Old students association, set '97 visited its alma mater on the 29th of September 2022.
As part of activities lined up to mark her 25th anniversary, the alumni students facilitated the installation of a 3-extension water supply system to the junior secondary arm of the college.
Received by Mrs Awojide K.O (Principal, Oriwu Junior model college), the delighted bunch was led by Mr Olatunji Shakioye (Chairman, Set '97), who officially presented the newly executed project to the gratified administration.
Extolling his classmates for completing the project and also the school administration for accepting it, Mr Shakioye illustrated the need to support the school via water system installation to mark its 25th anniversary.
In his words, "It is not just the product that matters but the value of returns the product brings about that makes the difference".
"As former students who've gone through this school to become outstanding in life, we know the importance of water, which we deemed fit to facilitate after conducting a project assessment for the junior axis of the school".
"We're optimistic this project will go a long way to nourish the students in the area of water, as we can only ask the administration to stand in the gap for the motive of maintaining the structure for it to serve its purpose for a durable period" Shakioye added
According to Mrs Awojide, the school spent a lot of money yearly on plumbing, which makes it a huge relief that the old students association has decided to support the institution with such an essential undertaking.
Adding that the school will ensure the structure is well maintained, Awojide tendered a heartfelt appreciation message to the association.
"Today is one of the best days for me in this school, evaluating the meaning of this project to our daily operations. I am proud and very pleased at this association for delivering this magnanimous project, enhancing significance to this great academy of ours" she explains.
"It shows that we're not forgotten and I must solicit you at this juncture that the good work you have done should continue because it is a seed you're sowing which would eventually germinate positivity in your respective lives".
"On behalf of the school, we thank the '97 Set, Oriwu old students association for their kind-hearted support, it is a project that will stand the test of time" Mrs Awojide asserted.
Mr Akeem Bello, Principal, Oriwu Senior Model College ably represented by Mr Raheem Mutiu (Vice-Principal, Oriwu senior model college), Mrs Olowu Comfort (Vice-Principal, Oriwu Junior model college), Comrade Pelumi Olalekan 'Rado', Old student association 97 sets (chairman, planning committee), Mr Kunle Adelabu, Chief-Publisher, Impact Newspaper were also in attendance at the official project presentation.

Returning the favour for years of intellectual impact and beneficial endeavour, Oriwu Old students association, set ’97 visited its alma mater on the 29th of September 2022. As part of activities lined up to mark her 25th anniversary, the alumni students facilitated

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