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As the world observe Adoption Day, the Vice President of The Halal Children’s Home, Mrs. Ramatu Abubakar, has called for a legal framework to encourage fostering of orphans and vulnerable young persons in the society to promote nation building.
A faith-based organisation, has called for a legal framework to encourage fostering of orphans and vulnerable young persons in the society to promote nation building.
The Halal Children’s Home, a faith-based organisation, has called for a legal framework to encourage fostering of orphans and vulnerable young persons in the society to promote nation building.
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