COVID-19 Lockdown time families need shoulder to lean on - Chioma Obiefuna


The CEO Kistafield Events Mrs Chioma Obiefuna has called on women  to come up with several ways that will help in maintaining a good relationship, rules and regulations at home in order to keep and carry everyone along during this critical period of COVID-19 lockdown.

Chioma made this call during an online April 2020 congress of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists(NAWOJ ) Lagos State chapter
According to Chioma ,as part of maintaining a good home management during this period, one has to remember that this is the time family needs attention and every woman must be there for every member of the family because it is a time every family member needs a shoulder to lean on.

she also urged mothers to prepare a timetable which will help in regulating home activities especially for the children and engage them with book time.

Chioma also encouraged the women that this is the best time to engage their families with different kinds of meals, both local and intercontinental,at least something different from their usual meals noting that cooking holds the family and home together.

While commending the facilitator, Comrade Adeola Ekine, Chairperson NAWOJ, Lagos State Chapter 
COVID-19 Lockdown time families need shoulder to lean on - Chioma Obiefuna 

the CEO Kistafield Events Mrs Chioma Obiefuna has called on women  to come up with several ways that will help in maintaining a good relationship, rules and regulations at home in order to keep and carry everyone along during this critical period of COVID-19 lockdown.

Chioma made this call during an online April 2020 congress of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists(NAWOJ ) Lagos State chapter
According to Chioma ,as part of maintaining a good home management during this period, one has to remember that this is the time family needs attention and every woman must be there for every member of the family because it is a time every family member needs a shoulder to lean on.

she also urged mothers to prepare a timetable which will help in regulating home activities especially for the children and engage them with book time.

Chioma also encouraged the women that this is the best time to engage their families with different kinds of meals, both local and intercontinental,at least something different from their usual meals noting that cooking holds the family and home together.

While commending the facilitator, Comrade Adeola Ekine, Chairperson NAWOJ, Lagos State Chapter  noted that, “as we go about our daily activities, let’s remember that COVID-19 has no vaccine yet, so let’s stay safe and follow strictly the tips that have been shared because prevention us always better and cheaper than cure.

Mrs. Ekine also enjoined journalists who are on the field covering the pandemic, to stay safe and adhere to all precautionary measures.

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