As part of the Abia day celebration, the esteemed First Lady of Abia State, Mrs. Priscilla C. Otti, paid a remarkable visit to two motherless homes in Aba, namely the Ngwa Road motherless home and the Seventh Day Adventist motherless home. This visit was one of the various activities planned to commemorate the special occasion.
During her time at the motherless homes, Mrs. Otti was touched by the innocence and beauty of the precious children residing there. As a mother herself, she felt compelled to personally extend genuine love, care, and compassion to these young souls who may be less fortunate.
Mrs. Priscilla C. Otti’s visit left an indelible mark on the children and staff of the motherless homes. The children welcomed her with smiles and open hearts, appreciating the attention and warmth she brought to their lives.
Speaking about her purpose for this visit, Mrs. Otti emphasized her commitment as a mother of the state to ensure the welfare and wellbeing of all children in Abia. She expressed her desire to support and uplift vulnerable children, providing them with a sense of belonging and hope for a brighter future.
This gesture by the First Lady has been widely praised by both the local community and Abia State government officials. It showcases Mrs. Priscilla C. Otti’s unwavering dedication to serving the people of Abia state, and her willingness to use her position to make a positive difference in the lives of those in need.
The visit to the Ngwa Road motherless home and the Seventh Day Adventist motherless home by the Abia State Governor’s wife is a testament to the government’s commitment to social welfare and ensuring no child is left behind. It serves as a reminder that, as a society, we have a collective responsibility to care for and support vulnerable children.
As the Abia day celebration continues, it is expected that more initiatives and activities will be undertaken to celebrate the achievements and progress of the state. The visit by Mrs. Priscilla C. Otti will undoubtedly be remembered as a significant moment, inspiring others to contribute to the welfare of children in Abia State and beyond.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Abia day celebration and the efforts being made to create a better future for all residents of Abia State.
Photo credit: Priscilla C. Otti (twitter)
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