Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

Lions Club Urges Nigerians To Invest In Humanity

Members of Eko Centennial Lions Club During The Visit To The inmates at Lagos State Rehabilitation and Training Centre, Owutu, Agric, Ikorodu

Lions Club Urges Nigerians To Invest In Humanity 

The President of Eko Centennial Lions Club, Lion Lukman Olabiyi, has called on influential Nigerians to use their influence and effluence to serve and uplift the less privileged in the society.

Lion Olabiyi made the call when he led members of his club to donate relief materials to the inmates at Lagos State Rehabilitation and Training Centre, Owutu, Agric, Ikorodu, to mark the beginning of new Lion’s year, which commence on July 1.

While pleading with well-meaning Nigerians to invest in programmes that would promote the cause of humanity, the club President said Lions Club understanding  its roles in the society, and it will continue to give helping hands to the needy.

Lion Olabiyi also urged the three tiers of government to be more committed to the cause of the less privileged.

“Kindness is free, let’s give it; it is only when we give that we get more; giving is living. If God has raised our standards of living, let’s raise the standards of our giving.”

“Let all wealthy Nigerians come and join the Lions Club International to give back to the society. It is a place to serve the needy whole-heartedly.There are so many needy people seeking our help, we should rise up to help.”Ours is a commitment to humanitarian services in our communities. We are passionate about the causes of the less privileged and the commoners in our communities,” he said.

Olabiyi implored Nigerians to jettison the perception that someone needs to be a millionaire before he or she can join lions club stressing that anyone who could afford to buy bottle of soft drinks and share among people is qualified to be a member of the club.

In his response, official of the centre, Mr  Arole  Olamide who received the relief materials on behalf of the inmates, thanked the club for it’s kind gesture and also sought for more support from the organisation