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Men of Honour International Development Club visits SOS Children’s Village

Lagos, June 18, 2019/- – Men of Honour International Development Club, a reputable social club with in-depth bias for humanitarian services which comprises of young and dynamic professionals and businessmen from countries all over the world has concluded plans to bring smiles to the faces of youths and the less privileged in Nigeria under the watch of the amiable President, Mr. Olutayo Philip Matuluko.

The gender sensitive club created last year has been the talk of town to the admiration of other clubs in their league because they are well organized and their laudable projects, seminars and symposium are credibly outstanding.

The main objective of the club is to basically support and look after members that are currently all over Europe, United States of America and Nigeria and also support communities in Nigeria.

Those who should know said that the exemplary leadership of the President, Mr. Olutayo Matuluko has been the propelling force of the club’s greatness, unique modus operandi and above all created unity and giving every member a sense of belonging.

Recently, the club’s current programme/project to give back to the society, was achieved by the visit of the executive members, Men of Honour International Development Club led by the President, Mr. Matuluko to the reputable SOS Children’s Village Owu-Ijebu, Ogun State to donate the sum of N500,000.00 (Five Hundred Thousand Naira) to the less privileged as part of their widow’s mite for up-keeping in the SOS Children’s Village.

We gathered that the executive members present were well received by Mr. Gboyega Fadowole-Aje, the National FDC Coordinator/Interim Deputy Head, Fund Development, SOS Children’s Villages, Nigeria.

Also, it is part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plan to give JAMB Entry Forms Scholarship to help the youth residents of Alagomeji and Sabo environs in Lagos who can’t afford JAMB forms for the 2019/2020 Examination.

Findings revealed that the choice of starting the educational community support with JAMB Entry Forms Scholarship in Alagomeji and Sabo area was due to the fact that most of the founding members grew up from these areas before traveling out of the country for greener pastures.

We gathered that the members of the club are chosen from their exemplary good lifestyle, dedication, discipline, moral and financial commitment, and more importantly their effort to the growth and development of the club respectively.

The club President, Mr. Olutayo Matuluko disclosed that “Service to humanity should be paramount to the people in Nigeria and beyond”

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