Cross River State Minority Leader Donates 1000 Sanitary Pads to Ikom Girls on International Day of the Girl Child
In a heartwarming gesture to mark the International Day of the Girl Child, Hon Samuel Neji Abang, the Minority Leader of the Cross River State House of Assembly and Member representing Ikom 1 State Constituency, has donated 1000 sanitary pads to the office of the Women Leader, National Association of Ikom Student Worldwide. The donation aims to address the pressing issue of menstrual hygiene faced by girls in the region.
Hon Abang emphasized the significance of providing sanitary napkins, stating that it is a crucial step toward improving menstrual hygiene and ensuring the well-being of young girls. The donated sanitary pads will be distributed for free to girls in Ikom Local Government Area, benefiting those who might otherwise lack access to these essential products.
During the donation event, Hon Abang took the opportunity to address a pertinent issue in the realm of politics. He urged his political counterparts to prioritize genuine service over deceitful tactics, emphasizing that politics should be about honesty and sincere dedication to the welfare of the people.
This thoughtful initiative by Hon Samuel Neji Abang not only contributes to the well-being of girls in Ikom but also highlights the importance of addressing social challenges through meaningful actions, especially on occasions like the International Day of the Girl Child.
Donates 1000 Sanitary Pads