Please shareTweetPlease likeTweetAhead of the 2020 International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWDs) on Thursday, December 3, with the theme “Building Back better: Toward a Disability- Inclusive, Accessible and Sustainable Post COVID-19 World”, the Federal government has put plans in place to launch a therapeutic sports club and civil society organisation (CSO) for people with
Please shareTweetPlease likeTweetCaption is Muhammadu Buhari wearing a hat talking on a cell phone. Love him or hate him, PresidentMuhammadu Buhari has done more for persons living with disabilities than any President in Nigeria’s history. The President is therefore Nigeria’s onlyinclusive President. His recordsspeak for him. He was the first President to recognize that persons
Please shareTweetPlease likeTweet Visually impaired persons under the umbrella of Association of Technology Inclined Visually Impaired Persons of Nigeria, (ATIVIPN) have urged the Federal Government to reabsorb them into the Federal Civil Service after being disengaged from the NPower scheme. The association’s President, Tolulope Aluko made the request in a letter addressed to President Muhammadu
Please shareTweetPlease likeTweetThe Transnational Support Initiative for Persons with Disability has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to provide job opportunities for persons living with disabilities in the N-power scheme. TRANSPED in a statement signed by Timileyin Olonisaye said people living with disabilities in Nigeria have few opportunities and government must make delibrate efforts to address this.