It was the gathering of love, hope and supports as a non profit, non governmental organisation, the Hero Foundation for the Widows and Less Priviledges concluded her 9th Edition of her empowerment programme.
The empowerment programme which was held at Irele, the country home of the Chief Executive Officer, Hero Foundation for the Widows and Less Priviledges, Dr. Sunday Akinbiola recorded over three beneficiaries.
According to the Dr. Akinbiola, the empowerment programme which started 9 years ago was conceived out of our passion for widows and the less privileged in the society.
He said, “This empowerment programme which started 9 years ago, purely bore out of passion for widows and the less privileged in the society. I am grateful to God for his help as we put smile, in our own little way on the faces of these widows.
“I am so fulfilled today. I have been able to touch over three hundred beneficiaries in this Christmas Season again. Both friends, brothers and widows were touched. If the intention is genuine, may the good Lord use this as a point of contact for a new chapter of unmerrited blessings in life,” he said.
Dr. Akinbiola who is also the Founder of Hero Magazine appreciates those who by one way or the other contributed in attaining this feat.
Speaking with Ikale Voice Correspondent at the event, Mrs. Oladehin Modupe appreciated the Foundation on their efforts to give back to widows and less priviledged, praying that leaders in the state should extend supports the widows.
“I got rice, Maggie, salts and some cash as support during this Christmas. This is love shown to me. God bless our son Hero Akinbiola. I want to plead with leaders in the state to please extend this type of supports the widows,” Modupe stressed.
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