Photo News: Yeloto Inc. Celebrates Christmas with children in Lagos 2019

Photo News: Yeloto Inc. Celebrates Christmas with children in Lagos 2019

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Photo By: Michael Okediran & Mutiu Okediran

Yeloto African Children Foundation, committed to development of African children has been at the fore front of enhancing the global competitiveness of African children through charity efforts in the areas of education and health.

In the past years, Yeloto have supplied hearing aids, sponsored surgeries and offered scholarship to indigent children in various African countries

In the spirit of the season, Yeloto partnered Brainykids foundation to provide memorable excitement to many children from less privileged homes in Ipaja; a suburb area in Lagos.

The Yeloto sponsored Christmas party featured lots of excitement as children were treated to the red carpet, games, gifts, drama, food, drinks and paparazzi.

Dr Yemi Olawaiye, founder of Yeloto African Children foundation seized the opportunity to reiterate the commitment of the organization to African children and encouraged guests to approach Yeloto for assistance in areas of health & education for children.

Encouraging the children to pursue their dreams regardless of their background, he rehashed Late Dr Tai Solarin’s quote “you can become whatever you choose to be”

Also, Dr Onyekachi led Medglobe initiative was present to offer free malaria Screening and drugs to children and adults while Dr Henrietta Emeagwai educated the children on the benefits of hygiene.

While collecting their Christmas packs, the children and parents expressed immense gratitude to Yeloto African Children Foundation for a remarkable Christmas party

Dr Yemi Olawaiye of Yeloto and Kunle Mafe of Brainykids thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the event.

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