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The sun was blazing hot when we arrived at the school. As we drove in we could see the children playing in their sport wear…and a chill ran through our spinal cords as we observed their needs. Some of them had no sandals, they were on bare foot, no socks…its not because they never wanted to put these on, its because they didn’t have it.
When we walked into their classes We couldn’t help but acknowledge the fact that more needs to be done to make their learning environment more conducive..The children greeted us with eyes filled with hunger and excitement. We could tell that they desire a bright future, no matter what it took them.
With the help of their teachers and our partners five pulpils from primary 2 to 5 were selected for scholarship awards. The scholarship includes their school fees, lesson fee, text books, exercise books, school sandals, sport wears and uniform to support their learning. Some of them were not able to attend school due to non-payment and others had difficulty in coping with class activities.
It’s our quota to offer hope, love and care to these children so they can do same for others..because the future is bright! The scholarship was made possible by Rhealyz Naija with the help of Mr and Mrs Iheanacho. #joinusaswerenderourhandsofhope, #weendorseeducation #kitachildtoday!
children supported by Rhealyz Naija with Mr and Mrs Iheanacho as sponsors.
Commendable idea about encouraging local fabrics on Monday’s and Wednesday’s in Nigeria as received from some media sources but how sustainable is this idea? My experience as an advocate of sustainable innovation transfer which one of its focus is starting from what people know, are used to and comfortable with will make me to fault the days chosen because the traditional attire ideology in Nigeria is mostly related to Friday’s which would have been a good day for the government to use in achieving this value reorientation strategy.
I would have advocated that the Television stations be used as a launch out strategy before making it open by encouraging presenters to dress in various made in Nigeria fabrics with unique designs. This would have appealed more to the public as a sustainable innovation transfer.
Looking at it from another angle, how sustainable is this idea towards encouraging Nigerian fabrics because how many industries do we have presently that is running at even average technological capacity? Most of the textile industries we have are still small scale and primitive in nature. I would have advocated for better infrastructure and creating more environmental friendly policies that will favour the Nigerian textile sector. We need to look beyond policy formation and start looking at policy reality unless this policy is looking at favouring our Nigerian fashion designers not tailors 😀 as we usually call them in those days because most of fabrics we wear today are not from Nigeria.
I commend the federal government but I stand for sustainable policies in achieving the #RhealyzNaija campaign towards #BuyNigeria #MakeAfricanBusinessesGreatAgain
Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria