Sesor Empowerment Foundation (Sesor) celebrated Children’s Day with its displaced children on Friday, May 27 at its center. The 127 kids were hosted to food, dance, creative fun activities, and party packs.
The opening prayers were said by both Christian and Muslim girls, after which the Programmes Officer, Mrs. Merit addressed the children.
In her address, she welcomed the children and asked them what they wanted to become in the future, of which there were choruses of a president, governor, policemen, and other professions. Mrs. Merit clapped for them and told them they needed the education to become whatever they wanted in life. She told the children of the importance of education and urged them to do well in their studies as well as be obedient to their parents.
There were lots of fun games that the children happily engaged in, such as balloon games in which they played in teams to encourage team building, dancing competitions as well as a stiff spelling bee competition among 5 kids all of whom showed their spelling abilities.
Miss Chinagorom in a statement said “We are very proud of what our women are doing with their kids, we see a lot of them are taking the education of their children seriously, judging from the stiff competition in the spelling bee. As an organization, we are proud of both parents and children. We thereby urge our other families here to emulate these by ensuring that their children get educated as well”.
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