NGO Charge Government To Support Less Privileged In Ogun
A Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Hope for New Life has charged both the federal and State government to support the less privilege.
The Chief Executive Officer Mrs Bolatito Adeonojobi disclosed this while receiving some widows, vulnerable children in commemoration of her new office situated at 36 Adewunmi Street Onikolobo Abeokuta.
Her words” I love seeing them so I invited them from different villages like Adedero, moloko, laderin, Abule Ojere, Gbokoniyi .
“The orphanage were from different places, I go to schools to meet children that are vulnerable, off settling their bills, books, school uniform an so on.
“Also, people who don’t have parents and those who poverty has really affected. People that came around was more than 50.
“I will advise the Government to support people, whatever they have either big or small .
“They need to go to school and see student walking barefooted wearing tattered clothes, no school bags buy polythene bag to school.
“Government can’t do it all, they need support from all people.
I will say God give me the name “Hope for New Life” because I used to write some words and print it as a pamphlet it just came to me and I was so happy after 20 years when I want to incorporate it and gave them Hope for New Life and they took it I believe is God.I started in 2009 but Incorporated in 2014.
“A lot if achievement, part of the children I took in Oba village and nurtured then they are twin that time they were right years it used to give me joy their father said he doesn’t have money to send them to school as their mother has a mental challenge so he enroll one at the hair dressing salon and the other at welder shop .
“One of my member took me to their house then my office was at Oloke they complete their primary six, though they didn’t pick up at first but later on they adjusted after which their father die and I lost contact with them.
“If not that God used me that time, it really pain me because I really want to monitor them for their secondary levels, thank God they finish primary school.
“The main challenges is money because whatever u want to do is money. They give them food, drink and some cash before going” she said.