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Osinbajo Unveils Dorian Home - Africa's Biggest Orphanage Home In Ondo (Pictures)

Osinbajo Unveils Dorian Home - Africa's Biggest Orphanage Home In Ondo (Pictures)


Osinbajo Unveils Dorian Home - Africa's Biggest Orphanage Home In Ondo



Vice President Yemi Osinbajo dedicated Africa's Biggest and Finest Orphanage Home, Dorian Home, in Ondo State yesterday, Thursday, October 14, 2021.

Dr. Lola Bayode, a Nigerian doctor from Ondo State, built the Orphanage Home.

During the inauguration ceremony, Vice President Osinbajo called for the aid of orphans across the country, stating that there is a need to serve humanity.

Osinbajo stated that a child's future greatness is not determined by his or her status as an orphan. 

He stated that many great men in Nigeria and around the world are orphans, emphasizing the importance of assisting children in orphanages.

He claims that the number of widows and orphans in Nigeria has increased as a result of insecurity issues such as violence and clashes in many parts of the country.

"We are confronted with a huge challenge," Osinbajo said. The Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development estimated in 2015 that there were approximately 17.5 million orphans and vulnerable children in a country of approximately 200 million people.

That equates to nearly 9% of the population.

Unfortunately, this number has risen over the years as a result of violence, conflicts, and communal clashes in various parts of the country.

"There are a large number of widows and vulnerable women, and the number has grown as a result of conflicts in various parts of the country." 


Dorian Home | Biggest Orphanage Home In Ondo State:

 






Millions of orphaned children require safe spaces to grow and thrive, as well as places where their physiological needs are met, as well as places where they are cared for and trained.

Women who have been through traumatic experiences require spaces where they can begin to rebuild, which is why initiatives such as Dorian Home are required."

Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, Governor of Ondo State, stated in his remarks that the newly inaugurated humanitarian project would complement his administration's good agenda.
 
The governor, who was represented by his deputy, Mr Lucky Aiyedatiwa, stated that the Dorian Home "would have the full support of the Ondo State Government."
 
Dr. Tolulola Bayode, the humanitarian center's founder, explained that the cutting-edge structure would house motherless babies, games, a dining hall, a decent kitchen, a women training hall, and other features to help the orphans in the home develop their skills. 

Dorian Home is located at KM 4 Idanre Road, Idanre, Ondo State.

Dorian Home has the following features:

  • 700 children's homes
  • Women's empowerment skill acquisition center with a capacity of 500 people.
  • Event space on a large scale
  • Modern clinics and hospitals
  • A place of worship.
The Orphanage Home is 100 meters long.


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