Angels Of Hope Foundation Holds Eid-Party For The Orphans In Kaduna And Niger States
Eid is the time for celebration and delight for Muslims across the world, showing gratitude to almighty Allah (God), the creator of the universe, meeting with families and friends, enjoying eccentric dishes, exchanging gifts and sharing with the needy.
In order to make the orphans, physically impaired persons and traumatised women also feel the breeze of this festivity, the Angels of Hope Charity for the Less Privileged and Disabled in Nigeria Organization organized an enthralling Party for the Orphans of Jam’iyar Matan Arewa Orphanage Home Kaduna and Government Orphanage Home Minna, Niger state to commemorate this year’s Eid-el-Fitr.
Njidda Is’haque who spoke on behalf of the founder Omar Naveed in Kaduna said “The Idea of the Eid-party is to make dwellers of this Orphanage who are mainly children have a meaningful time on this joyous day thereby making the Eid memorable and leaving in their hearts the pawmarks of adoration, amusement and freedom”
In her stirring address, the matron of Jam’iyar Matan Arewa Orphanage Home Hajiya Asabe Mohammed who spoke broadly expressed delight and thanked the Angels of Hope Foundation for the initiative. According to Hajiya Asabe “It is amazing having this party here, you can see the children are very happy, eating the variety of foods you brought for them, dancing and playing games” Mrs Mohammed added that “such gesture extended to the orphans affects their lives positively”.
The AHF Kaduna state Coordinator Maryam Bello, rejoiced with the Orphans and pledged continuous support to improving their well-being, she remarked that “The foundation is presently mapping out ways to thrust more support for the orphans, people with special disabilities and traumatised women in Kaduna and across Nigeria by extension. Mrs. Bello also appreciates the presence of everyone who found time to be part and finally call on the well-meaning fellows in the society to support the cause of charity.
Guests who spoke at the Kaduna event include Fatima Aliyu, Mr. Abubakar Mohammed, Bello Mohammed, Sheikh Abdulmalik Njidda and many others expressed gratitude and pledged their continued cooperation for charity. Also, Fatima Garba, a member of AHF speaks on the organization’s determination to extend same gesture to other ‘special homes’ across the state in the future.
Similar event also took place at Government Orphanage Home Minna.In her opening speech, the AHF state coordinator Aisha Shuaibu Badeggi pointed that “We are here to share with the Orphans what others enjoyed out there during a festive time like this” Badeggi added that “AHF shall maintain this gesture and will do even more in the future within and out of Niger state”
There was dancing competition, taming quizzes, riddles & lots of jokes. Also foods and drinks were amply shared and photos taken. There was exchange of pleasantries and empathy at the venue. Guests who spoke assured sustained commitment towards supporting charity.
Ameena El-Naseer, Assistant coordinator Niger state remarked that charity work should be everybody’s business and ought to be taken serious. She enjoined the attendees to support the cause and call on the well-to-do in the society to queue-in also. Other members of the organization also speak in the same vein and the events in both states ended in good tone.