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Group lauds Flour Mills for donating vocational centre to physically challenged children in Lagos


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A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Care Giver Initiative (CGI), has applauded conglomerate giant firm, Flour Mills of Nigeria (FMN) Plc., for donating a well-equipped standard vocational centre to children with disabilities at the Methodist Primary School in Apapa, Lagos for empowerment and capacity building.

Speaking at the one year celebration of the commissioning of the vocational centre in Lagos, the Co-founder of the Care Giver Initiative (CGI), Waribo Hart explained that the debut of the vocational centre for children with specially challenged has impacted positively on the pupils’ learning skills as they have been trained in different fields of specialization to make them self-reliance and also make positive contribution to the economy and society.

Hart said that CGI is the NGO that oversees the vocational centre to ensure that physically challenged children are properly trained, empowered and become self-reliance as employers of labour, adding that this won’t have been possible without the FMN for building a state-of -the -art vocational centre for the physically challenged children at the Methodist Primary School in Apapa.

“Well, our end goal is to see to how these children could be self-reliance so that when they grow up instead of them to be beggars on the streets they will be employers of labour who are contributing positively to the society and Nigerian economy in general.

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