By Oto-Obong Clement
Let’s Touch Lives International has given out five new Lenovo laptops to some of its members in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.
Speaking at the occasion, Ambassador Michael Chukueze, Co-Founder and the President of Lets Touch Lives International (LTLI) said the Non-Governmental Organization was born out of passion and desire to elevate the life and status of the less privilege, downtrodden, disable, orphans and uplifting the generality of mankind.
His words, “Lets Touch Lives empowers individuals and groups through her various benefits and programs and to give people edge to succeed, fulfill their desires as they touch lives”.
The Ambassador congratulated the awardees; Princess Bassey Henshew, Mary Etim, Edem Marylene, Victoria Asoquo, Isaac Frank urging them to be good ambassadors.
He added that the goal of the group is to pull funds together and undertake a community projects and urged the people of Cross River State to touch lives, by helping the less privileged.
“It is time to create avenue where every individual both big and small can give back to the society”. he said.
On her part, one of the awardees Princess Bassey Henshaw, stated that, “We started registering people since 2014 and they don’t select the kind of people they register, they really need the widows, orphans, less privilege, I used my money to help by registering them into Lets Touch Lives”, a decision she says she doesn’t regret.
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