Tea Party at Wasimi Odunmo Community, Ile-Oluji Brings Joy and Nutrition to Children
Today, Kids & Teens Resource Centre, a non-profit organization, organized a tea party at Community Primary School, Wasimi Odunmo, Ile-Oluji in commemoration of the Day of the African Child 2023. A philanthropist who celebrated his birthday on the same day sponsored the event.
The event was to bring joy to the children in the rural community by putting a smile on their faces. A support to uplift their spirits. Another aim was to fill the nutrition gap and provide access to adequate nutrition.
The Tea Party started at 12:03 pm with an opening prayer led by one of the students, followed by the National Anthem. The Program Officer, Miss Oluwabukola Aremu, introduced the organization and explained the reason for the celebration.
Miss Blessing Abioye conducted an energizer session where the children were taught how to spell coconut with their bodies and how to do a rain clap. To the students, this was a fun and very exciting part of the event. A brain teaser session (spelling bee) was led by Mr. Oluwaseun, here students randomly to spelt some words.
Finally, the tea party, which was the highlight of the event, began with food (tea, 1 loaf of bread, and 1 egg) distributed to each child, leaving the children smiling and happy.
The Headteacher of the Community Primary School, gave the vote of thanks. Here she expressed her gratitude to the organizers and philanthropist for their kind gesture. Over 110 children were fed at the tea party.
Finally, the aim of bringing joy and nutrition to the children of Wasimi Odunmo community was achieved. The event was a success and it created a positive impact on both the children and the community.