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Saturday, 1 October 2016

Independence: Rivers First Lady Justice Eberechi Wike Visits Orphanages. Photos

 Wife of the Rivers State Governor, Justice Eberechi Suzzette Nyesom-Wike has called on public spirited Nigerians to invest in the lives of the less privileged.

She said that such investments would enhance the standard of living of the less privileged and place them in better position to contribute to the development of the country.

She spoke on Friday in Port Harcourt during her pre-independence charity visits to two orphanages, a school for children with special needs, a Home of the Elderly and the Remand Home.

According to the Wife of the Rivers State Governor, the less privileged children and the elderly require care from other members of the society. She noted that such investments never expire as they will ever remain relevant.

She said: "We believe in them because they will be better citizens.

"We should all get involved in care for people in these circumstances whether they are in orphanages, elder people homes or in Remand homes".

She called on Nigerians to find time to visit the homes for the less privileged on a regular basis, so that they can assist the inmates.

Justice Nyesom-Wike prayed God to grant the inmates of the less privileged homes protection and good health.

Speaking at the different facilities, the wife of the Rivers State Governor extended the message of love from Governor Wike, food items and monetary gifts for the upkeep of inmates.

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