Nigerians have been urged to support the needy, the weak and the vulnerable around them.
A former First Lady of Zamfara State, Hajiya Aisha Babangida, made the call Sunday in Abuja during the celebration of 2,000 vulnerable children.
The event was organised by the Global Initiative for Peace Love and Care (GIPLC) in collaboration with the Dickenson Sanomi Foundation.
According to Babangida, there will be peace in the country if those in need are taken care of.
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“We can support somebody even if you don’t give them all the money in the world, you can give them words of encouragement, you can pray for them.
“So, everybody really must remember that we all come from an ecosystem. We should learn to support each other to have peace and secure our nation,” she said.
The Founder of Dickens Sanomi Foundation, Mr. Igho Sanomi, said the foundation has been touching lives for over 17 years.
The Founder of GIPLC, Mr Nuhu Kwajafa, said: “It is the spiritual responsibility of Nigerians to rise to meet their needs. We don’t have to be in government to do it.”