Visioneer Club Kabba Celebrates Christmas with the Vulnerable in the Society

Visioneer Club Kabba celebrates Christmas with the vulnerable in the Society

As parts of their objective and mandate to contribute their quota to the overall development of the community, they have decided to reach out to the vulnerable set of people during the yuletide season to give them sense of joy during the season.

The club led by its President Visioneer Ajayi Ibitolu was at the Kabba Specialist Hospital to give gifts to those on sick bed from the maternity ward, to male, female and children wards.

Speaking during the presentation of the gifts to the individuals at the hospital, Visioneer Ibitolu said in line with their commitment and determination to assist people around the community, they have decided to visit the hospital to reach out to the people on sick bed, stressing that the main aims and objective of the club is to support the people.

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While commending the care givers at the hospital for their humane contributions to humanity, urging them to continue to professional in discharging their duty.
He sympathized with the people praying that God will grant them perfect healing.
Earlier, while welcoming them to the facility by the Nurse on duty, Nurse Oguntebi Elizabeth commended the club for their humanitarian gestures to support those who are on sick bed especially during yuletide season.

She said the hospital management will continue to welcome organizations like the club and other well meaning individuals to support patients and the hospital to provide better services to the people.

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The Club was also at the Victory Orphanage Home in Korede quarters, Kabba, Kogi State to present gifts to the children in the home.

The proprietor of the home, Pastor Dare commended the kind gesture of the club to remember the fatherless at a critical time as the yuletide season, praying that God shall continue to provide for them.

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