CWO SURULERE SEEKS N5M TO BUILD SKILL CENTER, ETC

The Catholic Women Organization (CWO) Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria, seeks over 5,000,000.00( five million Naira),to execute some of her major projects.
Speaking to The NationGuardnews.com in Regina Mundi Catholic Church, Mushin, Lagos, the deanery coordinator, Princess (Mrs) Okojie Idemudia disclosed that the money would be used to establish Archdiocesan Skill Acquisition Center (CWONLASAC) for Catholic women, support Augustine University and the actualization of retired priests' home in Lagos Archdiocese.
To achieve this goal, according to Princess Idemudia, Surulere Deanery is seeking five million Naira and has set up a laudable programme to realise the amount.
" Come Saturday, 17th March, 2018,the Surulere Deanery will have a COUPLES' DAY at St. Anthony Catholic Church, Gbaja, Surulere,Lagos by 12 noon," she disclosed.
Series of awards have been arranged for couples in dancing dressing and indoor game competitions. There will also be gift items to the first twenty  couples that registered. Spiritual father of the day Msrg Bernard Okodua will bless couples richly while Rev. Fr. Sebastian Ukwandu will be the Guest Speaker at the event.
Surulere Deanery is made up of ten parishes which include Saint Brigid in Ijesha; Christ the king Catholic Church (CKC) in Ilasamaja; Devine Phician and LUTH Chaplaincy in Idi-Araba; Our Lady Apostle in Ilupeju; SS Mulumba and and David in Lawanson; Our Lady of Fatima in Aguda; Saint Regina Mundi in Mushin.
Coordinator Idemudia who was elected in April 2017, explained that the Skill Acquisition Center will train women in bead making, confectionary, tie and dye, livestock farming, fashion designing, among others.
On how to select students in the free Skill Acquisition Center, she disclosed that there would be even opportunities for all the parishes, adding that widows from various parishes would be considered first, the poor among the women who must be eager to learn, children of registered members will also be considered. "Each parish may be asked to send two or three persons at the moment. As our purse gets bigger, we will increase the in-taking," she said.
Princess Mrs Okojie Idemudia, an American trained makeup beautician and professional  caterer, lamented that the poor economic situation of women has been her major concern and hindrance in achieving goals of CWO of the Deanery. She advised women to be patient, prayerful and passionate in things of God, and to handle every of their challenge in life with the word of God.