It was all joy last Saturday in Oforola autonomous Community, Owerri West Council Area, Imo State where Honourbirth Foundation, a non-governmental organization that fights for the rights of women, girls, orphans and vulnerable children, celebrated Christmas with children living in the area.
Speaking at the occasion, the Executive Director, Honourbirth Foundation, Mrs. Elizabeth Onyemaechi educated the kids on their right to education among many others, and advised them to report to Opi Committee should any of them be deprived of such important child right.
She reminded them that Opi committee is in the community to help promote and protect their rights.
Onyemaechi told them that they are future leaders and advised them to work hard so as to achieve their dreams of becoming doctors, lawyers, presidents etc.
She also preached about the 10 commandments and was emphatic on number four that enjoined them to obey their fathers and mothers so that their days will be long.
She wished them merry Christmas and prayed God to keep everyone alive to celebrate Year 2023.
Children at the occasion excitedly danced to the tune of latest Nigerian popstars and also enjoyed the sweet delicacy of well garnished Nigerian jollof rice.
Different gift items were shared to the kids, who all enjoyed the company of Father Christmas at the occasion.

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