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Last Sunday, members of De Norsemen Kclub of Nigeria Incorporated (DNKI) – across the world, marked the 2017 edition of the “Norsemen Day”. The Akwa Ibom State’s branch (Sharks Patrol) commemorated the annual ceremony with a visit to the Lutheran Church Children’s home, Ikot Oton Nsit, in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area.
Addressing the Matron, staff and children at the motherless baby home, shortly after the thanksgiving service held at the Mount Zion Light House Full Gospel Church, Etok Ekpat Street, Uyo – The Governor of Sharks Patrol, Mr Aniedi Iwok commended the caregivers for their sacrfice and commitment, he said the Norsemen Kclub will always support such noble ventures and mankind.
Mr. Iwok advised the children to remain focused and charged those in school to study hard, adding that with perseverance, obedience and patience, the sky would be their limit. He used the opportunity to thank the members for their continued support and contributions towards the charity and the growth of the organization.
He declared that in line with the motto of the organization which is ‘service to humanity’, it is the duty of all Norsemen to make the much needed sacrifice and support in the sustained campaign against crime, and all forms of anti social vices.
Responding on behalf of the caregivers and children the Matron at the Lutheran Church Children’s Home, Mrs. Imaoobong Moffat Uwah who thanked God for giving them the grace to run the facility, since the demise of her husband whom she took over from, commended the leadership and members of De Norsemen Kclub for their contribution and support towards the well being of the children.
The trio of Mr. Charles Ndanyonmong, Mr Iniobong Akpan and Elder Abel Akpan who spoke at the event applauded the Matron and staff of the home for they services and promised to assist them whenever they can. Items donated include; Rice, Garri, Noodles, Clothing, toiletries and cash.
Prior to the Sunday’s events, members of the group – on Saturday trooped to the General Hospital in Ikot Ekpene Local Government Area, where they made blood donations to the hospital management.