Tazan brings succour to Stagi orphanage home in Kogi

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— lauds Gov. Bello’s giant stride in security

Going by the doctrine of feeding the needy during the period of the Holy month of Ramadan, the Director of Foreign Affairs and integration, United Arab emirate, of National Youths Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Tazan Saahibfatatiu has brought succor to the inhabitants of Stagi Cornerstone orphanage home in kogi.

Tazan who made this known in a chat with newsmen after the presentation of food items and provisions to the orphanage noted that alms giving during Ramadan fast is considered one of the most admonished good deeds in Islam.

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He added that the message of communal responsibility is reinforced through fasting and this, he maintained, encourages empathy and compassion for those that are less privileged in the society.

According to him, the world would be a better place for all if only everyone takes from the little they have to help those in dear need in the society.

While commenting on the prevailing state of economy of the state, Tazan lauded Governor Bello for the giant stride recorded in security, stressing that the peace in the state has encouraged people like him to come home and do business and see family and friends very often.

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He maintained that the youths can do a lot if given the chance to rule, stressing that the country is blessed with resourceful youths both home and abroad who are making waves and changing the narratives of the various sector they find themselves.

Earlier, his friend who accompanied him, Hon. Chukwuma Trust lauded the effort of his friend, adding that he feels motivated to go back home and replicate same.

While he promised to keep helping the orphanage home on regular bases, he donated and instant cash gift to support the orphanage home.

Speaking on behalf of the owner of the home, the matron of the orphanage, Mrs. Clara Owosagba expressed their delight over the items, adding that the items will go a long way in providing regular food for the children.

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She further called on the government through the state Ministry of Health to help provide care for one of their children who is a sickle cell Anemia patient and in dire need of medical attention.




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