The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will hold its 11th Annual Service Project on Saturday between 7am and 10am across the country.
The event is in partnership with States, Local governments and community development/market associations and some Muslim and other faith-based organisations.
During the service project, members of the church will be engaged, for three hours, in cleaning, painting and removing garbage from public institutions and market places; naming and erecting of streets’ name post and collections of seaweeds and garbage from water front.
In Lagos, the Ikotun and Mile 12 markets will receive face lifts offered by about 1,000 members of the church and others in each location.
About 60,000 adult membership of the church and 5, 000 non-members will offer about 195,000 free man-hour of service to the Nigeria community in the service project.
The service project is an annual event which holds in August, wherein members of the church take part in community service in select locations. Previous service projects had seen members of the church working with partners in cleaning and repainting of hospitals, police stations and schools, among others.