The Nigeria Association of Women Journalist NAWOJ Ondo State chapter has paid the tuition fees of 50 students in the state to assist indigent Students as well as ensure that no child is left uneducated.
National President NAWOj Mrs Ladi Bala while speaking at the event urged well meaning Nigerians to emulate the initiative and add value to the lives of the less privileged.
Oluseye Akinwalere reports that the second edition of the educational support initiative had in attendance students and teachers from various schools across the state.
She described education as a very important aspect that must be experienced by all to get the youths engaged to enhance nation development.
Mrs Bala added that everyone should put on a Cloak of kindness to help change the plight of vulnerable children in the society, saying that the initiative will be replicated at the national level.
The Chairman NAWOJ in Ondo State Mrs Doris Olumoko assured that the initiative is not a one -off project as it is meant to ensure that poverty does not bar Students and Pupils from being educated.
The Chairman Ondo State Media Group Mr Kunle Adebayo, represented by the Deputy Head of News and Current Affairs Mrs Bimpe Akindele lauded the initiative pledging the continuous support of the media organization.
Beneficiaries who spoke with Orange fm appreciated NAWOJ for the initiative as it has gone a long way in to helping alleviate their challenges.
Other dignitaries from various media organizations, journalist, ministries were present to lend support to the initiative