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Aisha Achimugu’s Ramadan Relief Initiative Touches 500 Lives in Kogi

Renowned philanthropist, Dr. (Mrs.) Aisha Sulaiman Achimugu, through her NGO, Sam Empowerment Foundation (SEF), has extended vital financial assistance to 500 individuals in the Aloji…

Renowned philanthropist, Dr. (Mrs.) Aisha Sulaiman Achimugu, through her NGO, Sam Empowerment Foundation (SEF), has extended vital financial assistance to 500 individuals in the Aloji Community of Kogi State during the holy month of Ramadan.

The SEF Ramadan Soft Grant initiative, a testament to the spirit of generosity and compassion synonymous with Ramadan, aims to provide support to vulnerable communities, particularly during challenging times.

Mrs. Kiema Ogunlana, Program Director at Sam Empowerment Foundation, emphasized the significance of such gestures during Ramadan, highlighting the organization’s commitment to addressing hunger and fostering solidarity, aligning with SDG2 (Zero Hunger).

The financial aid enables recipients to procure essential food items for sustenance during fasting, ensuring they observe Ramadan with dignity and comfort.

Gratitude is extended to all partners, volunteers, and supporters whose contributions made this initiative possible. Special appreciation is reserved for Dr. (Mrs.) Aisha Achimugu (OFR), President, and Founder, for her compassionate leadership and steadfast dedication to uplifting vulnerable members of society.

In addition to the financial support provided to 500 beneficiaries, Mrs. Ogunlana underscored the Foundation’s commitment to education by awarding scholarships to 21 deserving students in the Aloji Community. This demonstration of commitment embodies the values of Ramadan and reflects the President/Founder’s dedication to humanity. Mrs. Ogunlana hailed her compassionate leadership as a beacon of inspiration, urging the perpetuation of kindness and compassion within communities.

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