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Wellness club advocates wider access to quality basic studies


Project Manager, Emzor Wellness Club, Faith Nwalie, has stressed the need for government at all levels to widen access to basic education in their various states, so that more children can have access to basic learning.

Speaking during an event held at Rafiu Jafodo Park, Egbeda for pupils from 25 private schools in Lagos, in commemoration of the 2019 Children’s Day celebration, Nwalie said it is imperative for all children to have access to basic education as it will benefit the society and mankind.

The programme held under the auspices of “Emzor Wellness Club”, was targeted at inculcating right values in the children and ensuring their wellbeing, adding that wellness is the core of all their activities.

The event featured a spelling bee competition, dance performance, display of talent and games among others. Nwalie while urging schools and parents to show great commitment to the wellbeing of the Nigerian child, assured that the firm will through the club continually promote activities that will develop the capacity of pupils and help them become better individuals in the future.

She said, “We are committed to young people’s education, wellness, transformation, training, development and empowerment for healthy and wealthy community.”She further urged parents to use the occasion to review their activities and balance their work life and the upbringing of the children.


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