Over 2,000 children from Koinadugu, Moyamba Districts and the Western Area, have benefited from a free meal and lectures by the Ernest Mbaimba Ndomahina Foundation for welfare services on the Day of the African Child.
On the 15th June, 2014, Chief Ernest Ndomahina travelled to Koinadugu where he first joined worshipers at the Christ Reformation Church (CRC) to give thanks and praise to the Almighty God for making it possible to be in Kabala township.
He admonished worshipers about the priority his foundation has for the District and it was on that note that his foundation was in Kabala to feed four hundred children on the Day of the African Child to raise awareness about the Ebola virus and educate their rights and responsibilities such as Rights to Education, Food, Security and shelter.
Similar visits were made to the Cattle Sellers Association where he registered as a member and the Ataya Base Youths .
The Chief Executive Office of the Foundation travelled to Moyamba District where he graced the day with the feeding of over six hundred children from various schools.
It all started with a parade round the town singing songs while the Taiama School Brass Band was in full attendance.
They later converged at the Taiama Court Barray where various speeches were delivered during the historical day.
Chief Ndomahina disclosed that it is good for children to come together and observed it needed the attention it deserves.
The children must strive very hard to acquire education, respect their elders and think about those who were killed in South Africa, while advocating for better education.
To the parents, he admonished them all to send their children to school and support them in their education.
Sorie Vandy from the Moyamba Inspectorate Division stressed the relevance of such a program that brings the children together to be educated on special events.
He made special appeal to the foundation to be embarking on such programs as it unifies the town and educate the children.
The foundation later left for the International School at Njala University to grace similar program organized by the staff and administration of the school.
At Njala, the children did not only embark on speeches, but also cultural performance.
Chief Ndomahina also commended them for such an initiative and admonished parents to encourage and guide the children who are the precious jewels of this nation.
The entourage then left for Freetown to grace the final part of the feeding program of over two thousand children by the Ernest Mbaimba Ndomahina Foundation for Welfare Services.
Wednesday June 25, 2014