Governor Ambode has adopted Ogunsanya Adetoro the best graduating student of LASU.

Governor Akimwunmi Ambode of Lagos State has chosen to adopt one Ogunsanya Adetoro Faud, said to be the Best Graduating Student of the Lagos State University (LASU).

Governor Ambode also promised to be responsible for Ogunsanya’s further education, while he made a personal donation of the sum of N5 million to him.

Recalling his ordeal in life, Ogunsanya claimed he once suffered cataract for three years which had made some people to believe that his educational pursuit was a tall dream.

Sen. Abu Ibrahim has distributed bags of rice, millet, sugar and other items valued at a total of about N33.5 million to his constituency,

Sen. Abu Ibrahim (APC Katsina South) has distributed bags of rice, millet, sugar and other items valued at a total of about N33.5 million to party supporters from his constituency, across 11 local government areas in the Funtua zone of Katsina State.

Sen. Ibrahim said the gesture was designed to enable beneficiaries have stress-free Ramadan fasting.

Distributing the commodities on behalf of the Senator at Musawa, the APC Funtua zone Vice Chairman, Alhaji Bala Abubakar Musawa, said the measure would go a long way in cushioning the effects of Ramadan on the people and urged the communities to ensure judicious distribution of the items.

Apart from the party supporters, Musawa said that the Ramadan largesse was equally extended to Imams of the Juma’at mosques at the headquarters of each of the 11 local governments as well as to the district heads.

Mrs. Gimbiya Yakubu Dogara, has distributed farming implements worth millions of Naira to over 7,000 youths

Wife of Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mrs. Gimbiya Yakubu Dogara, has distributed farming implements worth millions of Naira to over 7,000 youths and women in Tafawa Balewa, Bogoro and Dass Local Government Areas in Bauchi State.

Mrs. Dogara made the donation at Tafawa Balewa town, on Monday, on the auspices of her pet project, Sun of Hope.

At the ceremony, she said 3,500 youth and 3, 500 women will benefit from the farming implements in the three local councils.

She said the gesture was to help fight rural poverty and hunger adding that the Sun of Hope is also working on health and education interventions across the country.

Gov Okowa Empowers 745 Youths


Gov Okowa Empowers 745 Youths

…Inducts Another Set of STEP/YAGEP Beneficiaries

…..Calls For More Public/Private Partnership For Youth Empowerment

Delta State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa today [16-05-18] inducted 745 beneficiaries of the 3rd Programme Cycle 2017/2018 of the Skills Training & Entrepreneurship Programme [STEP] and the Youth Agricultural Entrepreneurship Programme [YAGEP] with a charge to them to be role models for youths in their communities.

Speaking at the Induction Ceremony in Asaba, Governor Okowa who was flanked by the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori and other top government functionaries, said that the inductees should show commitment, work hard, stay honest and patriotic as their success would spur other youths in the society to acquire entrepreneurial skills.

“I congratulate you on the successful completion of your training programme, you are privileged to be ambassadors of this programme, once you step out, the world look out for what you will become, and do with yourself, you should be an embodiment of the programme in character and deeds.”, he said.

“As a government, I urge you to stay in the realisation that you stand out among youths as many will look up to you, you are a role model to other youths in the society, you have to put in a lot of commitment through hard work and honesty, stay patriotic to yourself and Delta State and you will succeed. Challenges will come but if you stay committed, you will be successful”, the governor added.

While disclosing that the state government would soon embark on the 4thProgramme Cycle of the STEP/YAGEP Programmes, Senator Okowa charged beneficiaries of the programmes to help train other youths in their communities so as to improve their entrepreneurial skills and make them self- employed.

Dr. Okowa called on the private sector to partner with the state government and the beneficiaries on the growth of their various businesses and the empowerment of youths in our society.

Earlier in a welcome address, The state’s Chief Job Creation Officer, Prof. Eric Eboh said that the 3rdProgramme Cycle 2017/2018 has 745 beneficiaries including 30 persons with Disabilities and their training and starter packs were funded by State Employment and Expenditure for Results (SEEFOR), a World Bank project.

The 10 Days Comprehensive FREE Medical Outreach Sponsored by Chief Godson Ezenagu (Ochendo), enters its Day 3 today

The 10 Days Comprehensive FREE Medical Outreach Sponsored by Chief Godson Ezenagu (Ochendo), enters its Day 3 today

@ St. Stephen Anglican Church, residents of Mgbakwu and its neighbouring towns, will have, yet, another opportunity to get medical attention from a team of Medical Experts from Mercy Hour Foundation, headed by Dr Emmanuel Nwosu.

The past two days has seen hundreds of aged fathers and mothers, young ones and children, been examined and treated from various ailments, ranging from malaria, typhoid, hypertitis B, fungi infections, diabetes etc.

Ochendo’s aim, doing this, is to improve the health status of the less privileged families in Awka North and South.

The FREE medical outreach will move to ACHALLA tomorrow !!!

Ndi ACHALLA let’s get ready…






Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an initiative that businesses assume in order to give back to the communities in which they operate.

In the same vein, responsible individuals give back to the society as a way of showing love, appreciation and wealth distribution in their sphere of influence or immediate environment and beyond.

Giving back takes the form of interventions in the socio-economic well being of the people in areas such as health care, education, infrastructure, etc.

Not all wealthy individuals or businesses, for selfish or other reasons, seek to touch lives or champion the CSR initiative. However, those who do impact positively on their host communities and/or the beneficiaries.


In as much as it is common practice for individuals and businesses to restrict their personal or CSR interventions to their host communities, Senator (Prince) Buruji Kashamu (SPBK) has extended his personal and business interventions beyond his immediate environment, touching the lives of people he does not have anything to do with and may never  meet in his life time. This practice is highly commendable and worthy of emulation.


It is indeed outstanding to see a man who does business with a human face. He has also brought this trait to public service. The well-being of the people, especially the masses is his primary concern. He is compassionate and selfless in dealing with people who are not in a position to reciprocate his kind gestures towards them. Of a truth.

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