It was an amazing sight to behold on Tuesday evening at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja, when a famous Nigerian philanthropist, Professor of Medicine and Anambra State governorship aspirant, Dr. Godwin Maduka arrived the country.
The huge crowd, who awaited his arrival, hosted the billionaire medical doctor to a warm reception.
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There were several presentations to welcome the philanthropist, who arrived Nigeria to replicate his US achievements in Anambra State, with a view to continuously improve infrastructural development.
Dr. Maduka is one of the top Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s governorship aspirants, with outstanding credentials and already existing impacts.
He has also contributed extensively, with his individual resources to promote development in Anambra State.
According to reports, Dr. Maduka has made several earnest inputs towards advancing visionary prospects for the people of Anambra State, especially with his youth-friendly dispositions which supports his amazing charismatic influence.
His inputs cuts across supports in areas of free housing for poor and vulnerable families, widows, disadvantaged persons and humanitarian supports for underprivileged persons through his NGO, Godwin Maduka Foundation.
He has built schools, hospitals, care centers, police stations and several other infrastructural contributions in Anambra state.
However, his arrival to Nigeria is targeted at initiating, creating and establishing more infrastructures, social supports and sustainable opportunities for ‘Ndi Anambra’.
His significant impact has earned him the merited honour and recognition as “Man of the Year 2020”, at the forthcoming prestigious National Peace Awards, holding at Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja.
He has remained a mentor to many youths, considering his achievements, regardless of his disadvantaged background.
His lifestyle and successes has continue to present hope and assurance for young Anambrans and other persons across Nigeria and the globe.