As part of its efforts to impact the world positively and help the disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the public, a Non-Governmental Organization; Feed the Needy World Initiative, has giving financial assistance to pupils of Sought After Creative Academy, Adigbe, Abeokuta.
During the presentation, about 50 pupils of the school benefited from the initiative when Feed the Needy World Initiative donated the sum of N250,000 cash and other gift items to the beneficiaries.
Speaking with newsmen at the venue of the presentation, the Director of Events and Operations, Feed the Needy World Initiative, Eniola Majekodunmi, said the vision of the NGO is to help the needy where they needed it most and add value to the lives of vulnerable members of the society.
The non-governmental organization equally visited Ibara Correctional Centre, in Abeokuta, where it announced cash donations in support of ten inmates of the facility that want to sit for the National Business and Technical Examinations Board ( NABTEB).
During the visit, the Chief Welfare Officer, ASP Awesu Abdul Hakem and the Assistant Superintendent of Corrections of the Maximum Security Custodial Centre, Ibara Abeokuta, ASC Tosin Salau alongside others took the FNWI team on a tour to Educational facility, Lucrative and Business workshops and ICT facilities where prison Inmates usually learn Desktop publishing and other computer courses at the Ibara Maximum Security Custodial Centre.