An international based association, Aviary’s Association Worldwide, Gateway Chapter has promised to donate borehole to Stella Obasanjo children home in Abeokuta.
The President of the Association Mr Tunde Elegbede also used the occasion to call on the State, individual to stand up and help the needy especially Stella Obasanjo Foundation in Abeokuta.
Elegbede who spoke with journalists in Abeokuta during the Association’s courtesy visit to the foundation charged the government to try harder in building humanity just as it is doing in infrastructure. Elegbede hinted that he believes in helping and building people than to drink and eat. The visit, according to him, is part of its third anniversary. He noted that the government cannot do it all. He therefore urged individuals to support government’s efforts.
“Today being our third year anniversary (Aviary Association Worldwide, Gateway Chapter) we thought to ourselves that what can we do. Instead of drinking and eating, we decided to come here to donate some relief items to the Foundation.
He however on behalf of the association promised to dig a borehole for the foundation and to always bring Diaper monthly for children who are in need.
The Head of the foundation, Mrs Oliekanma Funmi thanked Elegbede and his team and also used the opportunity to solicit for additions supports like water during dry season, slippers and shoes for some of the students, diaper for some of them who cannot do things on their own. Some of the items taken to the foundation are: Packs of Noodles ,toiletries, slippers, drinks and many more