LPAF channels efforts to share love to less privileged citizens – Moses Okenla.

The Lighted Pearl Africa Foundation, a non-governmental organization, has stated that their effort is centered on sharing love by reducing hunger and malnutrition among the state’s vulnerable and destitute citizens.

Mr Moses Okenla, the project leader for LPAF, revealed this on Saturday after giving food packs to residents of Aiyetoro community in Makoko, Lagos.

He said, “This initiative is to reduce hunger and malnutrition among the vulnerable in the slum. The food boxes were packed with raw rice, and other cooking condiments to make meals that can feed a minimum of five members of the family on Christmas day. This is part of the ongoing campaign by LPAF to provide food boxes to over 500 vulnerable families across different states in Nigeria.

“The outreach was targeted at the elderly, widows and vulnerable families who do not have any means of food during the festive period. Most people do not understand what Christmas is about, in as much as we are celebrating the birth of Christ, we are to show love to our neighbours and everyone around.”

Okenla continued by saying that it is everyone’s responsibility to help the impoverished and vulnerable individuals in society.

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