WAYPI seeks more helps for indigents, donates to WOTCLEF | Dailytrust

WAYPI seeks more helps for indigents, donates to WOTCLEF

The Women and Youths Pathfinders Initiative (WAYPI) has urged Nigerians, especially the wealthy, to do more for the needy and vulnerable in the society, especially the youths, in the interest of national development.

The National President, WAYPI, Lady Lilian Dizo, made the appeal on Sunday in Abuja, when she led a delegation of some national officers of the initiative to the Abuja Headquarters of the Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF), where they made donations to the foundation.

According to her, their visit was to appreciate the efforts of the founder of WOTCLEF, Hajiya Amina Titi Atiku Abubakar, wife of a former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.

“The WAYPI is impressed with what WOTCLEF is doing and we feel that we should add our own to the wellbeing of the children, especially in the fall out of the COVID-19 pandemic and its socio-economic impacts in the country.

“We also use this opportunity to donate some items ahead of the Christmas celebration, especially that many people may travel early for the celebration. We want to urged other to remember this beautiful and wonderful children being hosted here and in other places,” Dizo said.

Also, a national executive member, Mr. Peter Okofu, said that those in the WOTCLEF should be assured that WAYPI would not forget them and that their coming was part of demonstration to their welfare.

He said that they should be assured that the entrepreneurship drives the WAYPI was planning was to make their have other skills apart from their educational pursuits and certificates.

National Financial Secretary, Women and Youths Pathfinders Initiative (WAYPI), Mrs. Caroline Dafur; Counsellor, Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF), Mrs. Precious Williams; National President, WAYPI, Lady Lilian Dizo; Matron, WOTCLEF, Mrs. Victoria Norbert Ackon; National Organising Secretary, WAYPI, Mrs. Oluronbi Dupe; and national executive member, Peter Okofu during the visit.

Responding, the Counsellor, who is also the Administration and Account Officer of WOTCLEC, Mrs. Precious Williams, expressed appreciation for the visitors’ gesture.

She also said that some of the children are interested in vocational and entrepreneurship activities, despite being in various classes in primary, secondary and tertiary classes and levels.

The WAYPI is a women and youth group of professionals in various fields, market women, men, politicians, Nollywood Actors and actresses, faith-based women and men organisation, with the purpose of delivering service to humanity, good governance advocacy, political party/candidates support, and women/men empowerment in all the states, using state coordinators in the 36 states and the FCT.

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