Children’s Day: Imo APGA Urges Government To Prioritize Welfare Packages

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The Imo State Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), John Iwuala, has called on governments to prioritize the provision of better welfare packages for children to address their challenges in society.

In a press release issued on Monday and forwarded to INNONEWS to mark the Children’s Day celebration, Iwuala noted that millions of children still live in abject poverty, suffer from malnutrition, lack access to education, and face various forms of abuse and exploitation.

He urged the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, to put measures in place to ensure that Imo children have the best environment possible to enhance and support their growth and development.

Iwuala emphasized the need for governments to take responsibility for the welfare of children, saying that it is their duty to ensure that children have access to basic necessities like food, shelter, and education.

“Thanks to God, our students are doing well academically even though most of them are learning within underutilized and unconducive environments,” Iwuala said.

“The government of the day needs to look into our various schools to overhaul the entire school environment and give our children a conducive learning environment,” he added.

Iwuala called on Nigerians to reflect on how they can make the world a better place for children, saying that everyone has a role to play in ensuring that children have access to the resources they need to thrive.

“We must work towards ensuring that every child has access to basic necessities like food, shelter, and education,” he said.

“We must advocate for the rights of children and work towards creating a safer, healthier, and more equitable world for them.

“This is what APGA stands for in Imo state and our package for Imo children,” he added.

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