Mo’Care Meranda Charity Foundation, a non-profit organization, has taken a step towards supporting petty traders in Apapa community with a recent financial assistance scheme. The foundation, which has been dedicated to providing aid to the less privileged in Apapa and its environs, has been recognized for its humanitarian efforts.
The removal of fuel subsidy has been an important issue in Nigeria’s economy. While this move has been necessary, it may have affected vulnerable low income earners, particularly petty traders who depend on transportation to carry out their daily businesses.
Recognizing the importance of protecting the low income earners amidst the removal of fuel subsidies, Mo’Care Meranda Charity Foundation has provided financial assistance to petty traders in the Apapa community.
Engr. John Paul, the Executive Director of the foundation, said “Mo’Care Meranda Charity foundation has been an advocate for the welfare of low income earners, has expressed his commitment to supporting the less privileged in the community.”
The foundation’s efforts towards assisting the petty traders in Apapa community and Nigeria at large is truly commendable, and with more organizations following this example, it can positively contribute to the welfare of the less privileged in Nigeria.