As a demonstration of love and kindness to fellow human, A Non Government Organisation (NGO) Feed Needy World Initiative, has reached out to over sixty pupils of Sought After Creative Academy, Adigbe in Abeokuta, the Ogun State.

Parts of the items distributed includes, food items and cash gift to support the school.
Our reporter gathered that Sought After Creative Academy is a tuition free school located at Lawaye, Saraki Adigbe, area of the state.
To this end, the NGO also donated a sum of N250,000 cash as parts of it's contribution to support the welfarism of the pupils and the teachers in the school.
The Director of Events and Operations who led the team, Mrs Eniola Damilola Makejokunmi while addressing Journalists hinted that there's need  for them to get to the grassroots where the needy are really are to show them humanity, compassion, saying that there main aim is to help the needy.
According to her "We are here to give cash and gift items to these children to support them and encourage them because they are the future of this nation." 

"We believe government alone cannot do everything and it is our role as partners in progress and as NGO to fill some vacuums where government is lagging behind, particularly on education and welfare for the less privileged".

She disclosed that Feed Needy World Initiative also has the goal to be an organization that supports and assists vulnerable and socially disadvantaged children, widows, people living with disabilities, orphans and others who might need help."

Majokodunmi also revealed that the team would also extend hands to an inmates at Ibara Prison in Abeokuta as to support them in their own little way. 
She therefore advised the children saying that they are the closest human being to God, appealing to them to be strong and keep hope alive.

The proprietress of the school,Mrs Tolulope Anfela-Jacob thanked the NGO for supporting them adding that Sought After Creative Academy is a tuition-free school, which has been battling to pay staff salaries and keep up with running the school for a long time.

Anfela-Jacob also disclosed that this kind gesture is coming for the first time from an NGO, saying that she really grateful for the love shown to them.
Her words "I am very encouraged and I pray that God almighty continue to bless the Founder of Feed Needy World Initiative, Mr. Eromosele Isaac Oluwafemi as well as other volunteers and his team.