May 27: Children most important possession, need love – Foundation

Kehinde Osasona

The QAT Foundation has restated the need to identify with the vulnerable on children day, especially those in the Internally Displaced camp, who probably might have missed out on such celebration or have never been celebrated in their life.

The founder, Queen Adenike Tejuosho stated this at the ‘2024 QAT Foundation Children Day Celebration’ which was held at the Kuchingoro’s IDP camp in Kaura District, Abuja.

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The last edition was held at the Durunmi camp where some IDPs domiciled and we are planning a big ahead subsequent visit.

The hallmark of the event was the distribution of Noodles for children, food supplies, and various school bags for boys and girls, books, relief materials and other gifts to mark the day.

Speaking at the event, the National Coordinator, Tinubu National Think-Tank, Ambassador Dr. Adewale Adeogun described the children Day as very important, urging more vibrant policies to help eliminate poverty and out of school children menace.

Ade who is also the Convener Political Summit Initiative hailed the Tinubu administration for hitting the ground running.

In her speech, Queen Tejuosho said the Foundation has turned the celebration to a yearly event to spread love, adding: “Children are  the most important possession”

The 2024 celebration Tejuosho explained further was in line with the President Bola Tinubu Renewed Hope Agenda designed to interface and put smiles on their faces.

“Some of them don’t even know what Children’s Day is; we are here today to celebrate them and to make them happy because we all deserve to be happy.

“For us this is not only important but also very significant. It is in line with President Tinubu and the First Lady’s renewed hope agenda.

“I hope you are also aware that the renewed hope infrastructures where the vulnerable can have shelters on their heads are being anticipated as we speak.

“The First Lady, Madam Oluremi Tinubu has also been carrying out various empowerments to aid women so they can take care of their children. So, we are following their footsteps to spread love and make life worthwhile,” Tejuosho explained.