Enugu State Head of Service Chidi Ezema has enjoined Nigerians to cultivate the habit of reaching out to orphanage homes so as to give a sense of belonging to helpless children.
Ezema who gave the charge on Saturday during a charity visit to family support programme, FSP, children home in Enugu, commended the caretakers of the home for their humanitarian services to the less privileged children, noting that the rewards of their good works would not go unnoticed.
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The Head of Service and other officials who presented series of gift items such as rice, cartons of noodle, packs of bottled water, made the visit to mark the end of the civil service week which kicked-off on Monday.
He described the children as leaders of tomorrow and urged people to treat them with dignity to enable them be the best they can in life.
Also speaking, the director, nursing services, FSP, Nneka Anioke, applauded Enugu state government for the philanthropic display which has become a welcome tradition.
Anioke urged good-spirited individuals and corporate organisations to emulate Enugu state government in catering for the upkeep of the centre.