L-R :Publicity Secretary of UCN, Adegboyega Ogunosun; Ex – Officio member, Sunkanmi Ologundudu; UCN Secretary, Segun Owokade; Bethorey home Administrator, Mrs Tayo Udoh; Past President of UCN , Adelaja Adeleye and Member Ben Eboreime during the presentation of cash and other gifts by Ultimate Circle of Nigeria to Bethorey home for challenged persons in Lagos today Monday 2nd October as part of the club’s activities for the nation’s 63rd independent anniversary.
L-R: Ex-Officio member, Sunkanmi Ologundudu; UCN Secretary, Segun Owokade; Bethorey home Administrator, Mrs Tayo Udoh; Past President of UCN , Adelaja Adeleye and Member Ben Eboreime during the presentation of cash and other gifts by Ultimate Circle of Nigeria to Bethorey home for challenged persons in Lagos today Monday 2nd October as part of the club’s activities for the nation’s 63rd independent anniversary.
The Nigerian 63rd Independent Anniversary witnessed the Ultimate Circle of Nigeria (UCN), reach out to Bethorey Home for challenged persons in Lagos in celebration of the National Day.
UCN, one of Nigeria’s leading socio-philanthropic family clubs, did this as part of its dedicated activities in marking this year’s nation’s independence, when its members paid a scheduled visit to the home to celebrate the anniversary with inmates and the special workers at the home on Monday, October 2, 2023.
Representing the UCN president, Hon. Lukman Olumoh, past president, Adelaja Adeleye, who led the members to the home, commended the challenged residents of the home for staying happy and praising God not withstanding the conditions they have found themselves.
Said he: “That you all remember to celebrate Nigeria, even in your challenged positions, calls for more reason to celebrate with you”.
Adelaja who presented the home with a UCN cheque of two hundred and fifty thousand Naira alongside other gifts, including bags of rice, other foods, beverages and toiletry, advised the administrators of the home to phantom ways by which they could reach out to more corporate concerns particularly organisations which may wish to include the Bethorey home in there yearly corporate social responsibility activities.
Adeleye commended all the workers of the home for their dedication, perseverance and passion with which they exemplify love and thoughtfulness in taking care of the needs of the inmates of the home.
Prayed he: “As you dedicate your time and energy in showing love to, and taking care of these needy ones, God Almighty will surely take care of your needs”.
He assured the home of UCN’s continued support as the home had been adopted by the club many years back.
Earlier in her welcome address, the Bethorey Home administrator, Mrs. Tayo Udoh, thanked the UCN for its unrepentant and persistent support for the home.
She commended UCN for always coming to the aid of the home at all times and also lending the shoulders of the club to the home to lean on.
Mrs. Udoh appealed to the UCN for continued and more support particularly from friends of the club to help the home attain international standard.
Other members of UCN in the delegation included, Segun Owokade, the club secretary, ex – officio member Sunkanmi Ologundudu, member Bernard Eboreime and Adegboyega Ogunosun, publicity secretary of the club.