The DBS Warri Acting General Manager, Pastor Malcolm Oteri who said the betterment of the society should not be left to the government alone urged different stakeholders in the State to join the government to model the society to become a better place for all.
Pastor Oteri urged members of the Inner Wheel Club District 916 who were mainly women to champion the orientation of the children so as to retool them into better human beings.
Reacting to the 2020 theme of the body tagged “lead the change” Pastor Oteri called on the mothers to carryout enlightenment programmes to schools and other social gatherings inorder to redirect the minds of the younger ones with the view of putting them on the right path.
He promised to partner with them but equally urged them to pkay their part.
Earlier chairman of the Inner Wheel Club District 916, Chief Augustina Ejifoma stated that the visit of the body to the DBS Warri station was to seek for the partnership of the media to achieve some of its set goals of providing humanitarian support to the less privileged.
Chief Ejifoma who said the Inner Wheel Club was formerly for wives of Rotarians stated that it is now open for all, adding that the objectives of the club dwells largely on giving succour to the less privileged.
The vice District chairman Inner Wheel Club District 916 Mrs Laureta Oribioye explained that the club which cuts across eight units has programmes mapped out for school children in Delta State.
The club presented a wireless microphone, face masks and hand sanitizers to aid operations of staff of the DBS Warri station.
The Inner Wheel Club District 916 also presented palliatives to some aged men and women in Ekpan community.