August 18, 2022


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Govt urged to supply work for youths

Our Reporter

THE District 404B1 Governor of Global Affiliation of Lions Clubs, Mrs. Lynda Odunmbaku, has urged the govt to supply careers and social facilities for the citizens, especially youthful graduates, to lessen the amount of poverty.

She lamented that youths nevertheless count on their parents, many years following graduation.

Lion Odunmbaku mentioned it was time for the authorities to make investments in agriculture by supporting farmers with loans, to improve foods creation and give employment, in buy to lessen poverty.

She spoke whilst donating foodstuffs and other reduction offers to the much less-privileged as section of the agenda established in line with the District 404B1 Lions Clubs objectives.

The celebration tagged: “Feeding the hungers”, was held at the secretariat of Ipaja/Ayobo Community Council Advancement Space (LCDA) in Lagos State in line with COVID-19 rules.

Aged adult men, girls, widows, widowers and other less-privileged people today benefitted from the training, which is one of the adopted yearly jobs of the premier relatives in humanitarian assistance suppliers as a way of supplying again and showing like to the needy.

Odunmbaku thanked users of the district for supporting her.

The Committee Chairperson, Feeding the Hungers Challenge, Lion Rasheedat Usman, encouraged the authorities to tackle poverty, starvation and criminal offense by means of youth employment.

According to her, the federal government need to inspire entrepreneurship between youths.

The Chairman of Ipaja/Ayobo LCDA, Mr. Yusuf Adisa, thanked the club for picking the LCDA as its issue of get hold of.

He certain it of his administration’s determination to easing the load of the fewer-privileged.

Adisa hailed the club for supporting the federal government in alleviating the sufferings of the persons.

The chairman, who was honoured a month ago by the Lions Club of Ipaja, with the prestigious Leadership Award for Support to Humanity, promised that his administration would proceed to be responsive to the yearnings of Ayobo Ipaja people.

He donated an undisclosed amount as an honorary member of the club to help its intervention programmes.