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Pakistan Ladies Club Pretoria carry on with charitable work

28 October 2015

“Pakistan Ladies Club Pretoria (PLCP) is committed to work for the needy people of South Africa and Pakistan. We have started our work in a modest way and with doable objectives in mind. It is the thought that counts. Our Club will continue serving the cause of humanity in the friendly country of South Africa” the Patron-in- Chief of PLCP and the spouse of Pakistan High Commissioner in South Africa, Mrs. Madiha Saqib announced today at Pakistan House Pretoria while addressing the Club’s Executive Members.

Photo: Patron-in-Chief of Pakistan Ladies Club Pretoria, Mrs. Madiha Saqib, High Commissioner, H.E. Najm us Saqib, in a group photo after the awarding of Certificate of Appreciation to the Club Members

The landmark meeting besides vowing to continue helping the needy people, resolved to “make a difference” in their noble pursuit by generously contributing their time and resources for the Club. The meeting took note of the extraordinary work undertaken by some of the Members and also acknowledged contributions by PLCP Members in the fund raising event held earlier in the year.  

His Excellency Mr. Najm us Saqib, the High Commissioner, who joined in towards the end, suggested some ways and means for the Club on “how to grow and stay strong as an Organization”.  “Consistency and commitment” were the key words in his brief address.

Certificates of Appreciation were also given away by the High Commissioner to the chosen Members for their impressive performance in raising funds for the poor and their dedication towards the noble cause.

High Commission of Pakistan in Pretoria

 

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