By Samson Oti
The Global Initiative for Peace, Love, and Care (GIPLC) in partnership with a foundation owned by Igho Charles Sanomi has financially supported children and children with disabilities battling critical health conditions.
The beneficiaries and their families witnessed the event in Abuja.
According to the organisers, the event was a testament to the unwavering dedication of GIPLC and a celebration of unity and the power of collective action.
Sanomi, who was represented by the DG of GIPLC, Nuhu Kwajafa, presented the cheques to the jubilant families.
Over N100m, equivalent to approximately $160,000.00, was presented to deserving children in need.
These funds were raised during a birthday/charity dinner held in May.
Eleven-year-old Elizabeth Joseph with a hole in her heart, received a gift of N10 million, paving the way for her life-saving surgery.
Abiye Amabeoku, a nine-year-old battling the Blount virus, was granted N1.8 million, a beacon of hope in her journey toward recovery.
Kamsiyochukwu Okwudiri, a 14-year-old who lost her vision, was bestowed with N1.5 million to restore her sight.
Kelechi Uhegwu, in need of spinal cord surgery, was granted N 23.7 million.
Joseph Nosa, a brave 4-year-old with a hole in his heart, received N4 million, to mend his fragile heart.
Malan Jonathan, a 13-year-old battling a tumor in his stomach, was granted N2 million, a ray of hope amidst the darkness.
Destiny, a child burdened with a growth on their buttocks, received N500,000 a step towards a life free from pain.
Ode Ogine, a six-year-old undergoing chemotherapy, was granted 2 million Naira, a testament to the power of healing.
Marisa Mohammed, a three-year-old accident victim, received N500,000, a gentle touch to soothe her wounds.
Abubakar Haliru, a six-year-old accident victim from Lafia, was bestowed with N1m.
Ismailia Mohammed, a 10-year-old battling leukemia, received N15 million, a lifeline in her fight against the relentless disease.
Taiwo Adeyinka, a 13-year-old in need of chemotherapy and surgery, received N2m, a beacon of hope in her battle against illness.
The beneficiaries in their separate remarks, appreciated Sanomi and GIPLC for the financial support.
The helping hands of Sanomi and his numerous philanthropic vehicles percolate through every corner of society, from raising over One Million Pounds for the Cancer Research UK supporting the Bobby Moore Bowel Cancer Research programs, to the phenomenal assistance of spinal corrective surgery and now a lifetime scholarship to Ali Ahmadu a Chibok child ran over by Boko Haram many years ago in Bornu Northern Nigeria, it goes further to multiple emergency intervention for Flood victims in the Niger Delta, implanting sturdy seeds of benevolence into sundry neglected soils at every step.