EIGHT STUDENTS GRADUATED IN A “5-WEEK COMPUTER APPRECIATION COURSE

Some of the graduating students performing some graphic designs to the admiration of the dignitaries present.
Some of the graduating students performing some graphic designs to the admiration of the dignitaries present.

 

The President, Lady G. U. Lekwuwa reading her address to the gathering while the Director looks on.
The President, Lady G. U. Lekwuwa reading her address to the gathering while the Director looks on.

It was a gathering of Community Leaders of Ifekowajo CDA, Anjuwon CDA, Goodwill CDA, Temidire CDA and Ire-Akari CDA all in Ifako-Ijaiye Local Government Area when on Saturday, 12th March, 2016  eight students from these communities were graduated from the “Computer Appreciation Course” organised by Feed My Lamb Foundation. The 5-week training which began on Monday, 25th January, was concluded on 27th February, 2016.

 

 

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Some of the graduating students performing some graphic designs to the admiration of the dignitaries present.

 

After prayer session led by the Foundation Spiritual Father, Elder Lamb Joseph Igwe at 2.05pm, Dr. Tonnie Ngbakwulu who doubles as Head of ICT department and the Administrator/Secretary of Feed My Lamb Foundation brilliantly moderated the occasion and told the audience that the graduating students went through intensive studies in both hardware and software aspects of computer training which was a mere introduction to the rudiments of both computer engineering and operation. He therefore urged the parents to encourage them to come back for more indepth study in other areas, saying that computer is a very wide profession.IMG_0929 (4)

In an address delivered by Lady G. U. Lekwuwa (President/CEO) of Feed My Lamb Foundation, she reiterated the fact that education is the highest legacy any foresighted parents can bequeath on their children and register her joy that the parents of the graduating students were wise to grab the opportunity of the FREE training for ultimate benefit of their children.  She went further to say: “Although we emphasized the we needed two children from average homes in each of the CDAs, we have no doubt that these children are quite promising and surely will etch their families’ names in gold which has begun with this step taken in the right direction”.

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She informed the gathering that the Fashion designing section would soon take off as all necessary equipment were already procured and assured the community leaders that they would soon be notified to nominate their candidates for the course as usual. (The community leader did inspect the facilities on ground and commended the effort of the Foundation).

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Lady Lekwuwa went further to educate the distinguished guests that Feed My Lamb Foundation is wholly a Non-governmental Organisation (NG) whose mission and visions centres on charity borby ny our compassion to improve the lots of the less privileged in our society such as: widows, physically-challenged, vulnerable youths, the infirmed (the old), internally displaced persons, etc.  through capacity building by way of skill acquisition, cash empowerment and provision of food, drugs, clothing and other basic necessities that makes life meaningful. She also inform the gathering that the Foundation conducts medical examination and treatment quarter when the Foundation doctors comes around to see members and treat them. She use the forum to commend the efforts of May & Baker Pharmaceutical company who has been encouraging us the drugs and foods. She further urged the audience to always log into our website: www.feedmylambfoundation.com to see what God has been doing for the Foundation since its inception.IMG_0927 (3)

She spoke further as follows: “You agree with me that these activities are capital intensive considering our harsh economic realities. We however glorify the name of God for our few benevolent benefactors who have often times been of immense help. However, we wish to state that demand is higher than the supply which keeps on increasing by the day. Suffice it to say that we still need men and women with heart of flesh to join us in this crusade in line with the injunctions of God to be “our brothers’ keeper”.  Afterall, our good services would be the indelible mark to be seen in the sand of times by posterity born and unborn when we are gone; so why can’t we let the music of benevolence play? There is no doubt that some of us are blessed here to help in any way God will lay in their hearts to see this dream of bettering the future of our children come true. This you can do through cash donations, food donation, clothes, drugs, etc.  Your attendance of today’s event has no doubt assured me of your unalloyed support to this course.  May God bless you for your show of love.”

 

Highlight at the occasion was the reassembling of dismembered computers by two of the awardees of various prizes which they also used to design very attractive objects to the admiration of their parents and invitee who graced the occasion. Certificates of Participation was presented to the students while five of them won various awards, such as: “The Best in Graphic Designs” was won by KALU, Agu Peter, Ms. ADEBAJO, Folasewa Ololade won the “Overall Computer Queen of Repute”.  Others were ADEBAYO, Jamiu Opeyemi who bagged the “Leadership and integrity Traits” award; the class Janitor, OKAH, Moses Chukwunemerem was awarded “Best Student in Theory Approach” and the last but not the lease; a 10 year old JSS 1 student – OREGE, Godwin Kayode got “The Best Well-Behaved Student” award.

 

The students shone like thousand stars in their uniforms which were specially designed only for computer students. The awards were presented to the deserving students by the President, Lady G.U. Lekwuwa, the Director, Sir, H.A. Lekwuwa and Mr. Kingsley Nnamani (of Helping Hands International) who also donated the sum of N5,000 in appreciation of the students’ designs and went further to announce that the graduating students shall be registered in Helping Hands International FREE of payment of registration cost of N6,600 which on the long run would  help them in their further schools financial requirements.

 

In his response on behalf of the community leaders, Pastor (Engr) Adu (Chairman, Ire-Akari CDA) commended the management and staff of Feed My Lamb Foundation for the effusive exhibition of love and the foresight in sharpening the future of these young ones from the communities. He prayed that in due time God Almighty would continue to shower the Foundation with divine providence and also reward her for the labour of love.

Amidst dancing and jubilation by the graduating students, a closing prayer was said by Alhaji (Chief) T. T. Lawal to bring the occasion to an end

 

 

(PLEASE BE A GOOD AMBASSADOR OF THE DOWN-TRODDEN BY DONATING TO THE COURSE OF SKILL ACQUISING AND EMPOWERMENT FOR OUR TEEMING POPULATION.

 

ACCOUNT NAME: FEED MY LAMB FOUNDATION

ACCOUNT NO:      2023031193

BANKERS:             FIRST BANK (NIG) PLC

 

REMAIN BLESSED, IJN, AMEN. – LADY G. U. LEKWUWA).

 

 

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