Group urges Nigerians to support underprivileged




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LAGOS – The the Lekki Lions Club, Lagos, Dr Yewande Jinadu, on Sunday called on Nigerians be brothers’ keepers by assisting the less privileged people within communities. Jinadu made this known the News Agency Nigeria (NAN) on the sideline the inaugural board meeting of the club in Lagos. She said service was the major responsibility the and this should be imbibed by individuals, corporate bodies and groups within a community. The the club, who is a Medical Director in the Federal Medical Centre, Ebute Metta, Lagos, said activities depended on the choice individuals or communities. “I implore Nigerians be brother’ keeper, help one another, especially the less privileged within communities, including women and children. “It is someone today; it may be you or somebody close you that will be in need tomorrow. Therefore, we need one another survive and coexist peacefully,’’ she said. Jinadu said the club had a history providing education, care delivery service and hospitality bring succour majority Nigerians.

[eap_ad_1] “We are partners and stakeholders in the Nigeria and we do not make any profit from the services we are rendering to Nigerians in complimenting governments’ efforts. “We are to refurbish, build toilets, supply books, eye screening, provision of free glasses and provide well-stocked First Aid Boxes in public and orphanage in Lekki.

“We hope to achieve these by the end of the quarter of the year,’’ she said.

She, however, called on well-meaning Nigerians and corporate organisations to donate, sponsor and support, the club to assist it in carrying out its services.

She also urged individuals and corporate organisations to reach out to the less privileged, the needy and the vulnerable ones in the through their corporate social responsibility activities.

Jinadu said that government alone could not do everything for the people. (NAN)

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