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200 golfers set for DOAM honours

The tournament coordinator, Mr. Pat Bassey, confirmed that preparations for the event had been on since the third quarter of 2014, stating that golfers and…

The tournament coordinator, Mr. Pat Bassey, confirmed that preparations for the event had been on since the third quarter of 2014, stating that golfers and corporate organizations have already declared their interest in the event.
“This is our fifth year of staging the tournament and the goodwill and enthusiasm towards it and the foundation continues to be impressive. The transparency in the operations of DOAM Foundation has continued to enhance the pedigree of the event,” Bassey added.
He hinted that the over 200 golfers will battle for prizes staked in the net and gross categories.
  The Daniel Akujobi Memorial Foundation Golf Tournament was established in 2006 in honour of Master Daniel Ogechi Akujobi, who died in a ghastly car accident on his way to school in 2006.
In his honour and memory, the Foundation has undertaken several projects from the proceeds of the charity golf event.
The projects include the refurbishment of eight public school libraries across the country, award of full scholarships to over 65 less-privileged children and youths in tertiary institutions and the provision of free medical programmes to communities across the country.
Bassey also said that the Foundation had built and procured medical equipment including a fully-fitted ambulance to support the Accident and Trauma Centre at Mowe in Obafemi Owode local government  of Ogun State.

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