NAWOJ Urge FG to Use Humanity Services and Not Laws to Conquer Poverty in the Land

By Sharon Akuboh

Bothered by the glaring cases of abject poverty in the land, with women and children at the receiving end, The National Secretariat of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, has called on the Federal Government to consider using humanity services approach in tackling poverty in Nigeria and not Laws.

This call for more attention to be paid to humanity services was made on Sunday 7th April, 2024 in Jos, the Plateau state capital, as part of Easter Celebration by NAWOJ.

Speaking during the Easter Edition of NAWOJ Humanity-First Initiative (NAHFI), recently unveiled in Borno state, Aisha Ibrahim K Bura, National President of NAWOJ stated that anything done to alleviate poverty, help the needy and cater for the welfare needs of indigent people is service to God Almighty and tasked all to be deliberate in supporting the needy.

The President of NAWOJ, ably represented by Mrs Lucy Chindaba, a national leader of NAWOJ who led other women Journalists to the House of Recab, an Orphanage, reiterated her promise to ensure that NAHFI touches every part of the nation going forward.

“This initiative has come to stay and will be replicated across the nation, touching the most critical segments of the society with this humanity services approach aimed at combating poverty.” The NAWOJ boss stated.

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