By Rafiu Agboola
The Buhari/Osinbajo Support Organization has said that the less privileged and motherless babies across the nation would be given adequate attention and recognition to make life more meaning for them in the All Progressive Congress (APC) led Federal Government.
The National Coordinator of the group, Dr. Femi Olufunmilade stated this while donating various gift items to some orphanage homes in the south west.
According to Olufunmilade, the federal government would also provide the needed supports that will elevate the poverty facing less privilege and motherless homes, including those that are training the children in their various areas across the southwest.
Olufunmilade maintained that providing adequate care for the motherless and the less privilege in the nation would restore hopes to many of them. Similarly, the Osun state executive members of the Buhari /Osinbajo support organization have visited various homes where the food stuffs were donated.
Beneficiaries of the gestures are: Abiye orphanage and motherless babies home in Osogbo the Osun state capital, Jamaa Taawuun Motherless Babies home Iwo, among other homes in the state.
The motive behind the donations to these motherless Babies homes according to Olufunmilade, was to elevate poverty and hunger among the less privileged to prevent negative thinking and social vices from them.
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