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NGO urges Nigerians to support FG’s programmes to eradicate poverty



An Ambassador to the United Nobles Rescue Service (UNRS), (Amb.) Steve Midalah, has urged Nigerians to support various Federal Government’s programmes to eradicate poverty in the country.

Midalah made the call during a sensitisation programme of the UNRS held in collaboration with the BOMARAH Foundation in Lagos on Thursday.

According to him, UNRS was United Nations rescue service, an international care giving lnternational NGO that has a consultative status at the United Nations Economic and Social (ECOSCO).

It also promotes the United Nations Humanitarian service globally and focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

“The SDGs which includes;  achieve Universal Education, Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger, Rescue Child  Mortality,  Sustainability, Global partnership for Development,  Combat HIV AIDs,  Malaria, promote Gender Equality and Empower Women/Gender public.

“UNRS has in membership, some influential personalities around the world, to support humanity in order to have a world of safety and tranquility.

“UNRS Int’l. Noble Ambassador Award initiative is aimed at honouring Care Givers in the society, who have contributed their resources, knowledge and time in service to God and Humanity across nations of the World,” Midalah said.

The Ambassador said that the UNRS had a comprehensive programme for kinds of rescue such as drug abuse, underage driving, pre-marital pregnancy, child labour among others.

He, however, said that UNRS offered a great platform for everyone to live for the sake of others and to showcase their talents for the sake of humanity.

The Chairman of Surulere Local Government,  Hon. Tajudeen Ajide, who was represented by Dr Islamiyah Animashaun, commended the effort of BOMARAH foundation for the humanitarian services by supporting women to be self independent.

Ajide urged Nigerian women to take advantage of the seminar to be equipped to withstand relevant and financial environmental challenges presently prevailing in the country.

A guest speaker, Chief Executive of Ocean Deep Services Ltd. Mrs Rollens Macfoy,  who spoke on a topic: “Importance of Financial Integrity,” said financial integrity is an important subject that could literally make or mar your business and financial success.

Macfoy advised participants to endeavours to be living in a financial integrity where by their actions would be congruent with their financial plans.

She said that before a person could maintain financial integrity that such person should learn how to manage money,  do not be pressured to give, do not ignore your finances, do not be afraid of saving and also trust yourself.

Also, the Branch Manager, First City Monument Bank (FCMB), of Amuwoodofin, Lagos,  Mrs Uche Nzeani, advised business women to open account with the bank and benefit from special loans of up to N5 million with zero interest for three months.

In her opening speech, the President of BOMARAH Foundation, Hajiya Bola Muse, said the foundation, an NGO, was a brainchild of her, with vision out of kindhearted nature and empathy towards the less privileged and persons living with disabilities.

“I began the philanthropy work in 1996, by paying visits and organising parties for inmates, motherless babies homes, as well as students of special needs, especially hearing and visually impaired persons.

“At the end of each visits various gifts were distributed as a way of spreading love and care because of the strong belief that these ones deserve our love and care.

“BOMARAH foundations was registered in 2002 and re-affirms its commitments to Education, Advocacy and Empowerment.

“Some of the achievements of the foundation included – scholarship to students in   secondary schools to the universities level, as well as inmates, empowerment programmes to widows, donation of educational materials to schools among others,” Muse said.

She thanked those who had identified with BOMARAH foundation, which had yielded tremendous success to the organisation.

Muse, however, promised to continue with the humanitarians service to help some Nigerian women out of poverty.

The Nigeria News Agencyn reports that Muse, who was decorated with UNRS Int’l. Noble Ambassador Award, along side with Hajiya Fatima Binta-Muhammed and three others for their selfless humanitarian service to less privileged people in the society.

Edited by Felix Ajide



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