PRIVILEGED Nigerians have been charged to join viable non governmental organizations like the Lions Clubs International, with a view to using them to alleviate the suffering of the masses as government alone could not meet all the peoples needs. The move will go a very long way to reduce crime, which sometimes stemmed from frustration.
These observations were made by Lion Felicia Koleoso, president, Ikeja Dâ€™Ivy Lions Club, District 404B Lions Club International, while leading other members of the Board of Directors and members of the club to donate food and other gift items to the Heritage Home for Abandoned Children, situated at Anthony Village Lagos.
While commending the staff and management of the home for takingÂ care of the abandoned children and for other wonderful job in keeping the home alive, Koleoso assured them of the clubâ€™sÂ assistance. She frowned at those leadersÂ whose aim was to line their pockets at the expense of the masses that voted them to power.
KoleosoÂ pleaded with such leaders to formulateÂ policies that will turn around the fortunes of the nation andÂ the society, to give hope and succour to the oppressed.