CPI, Lounge I, donates wheelchair, N50,000.to Cripple in Kogi.

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—– Solicits N18m for Brain Tumor surgery.

The Challenged Parenthood Initiative CPI , a Non Governmental Organisation in partnership with the Lounge 1 Hospitality Centre ,have donated a wheelchair and the sum of fifty thousand naira only to Saratu Abdullahi, a cripple to help cope with the reality of life.

The Executive Director of CPI , Eunice Abimbola Agbogu while presenting the money and wheelchair to the girl at the premises of Lounge 1 on Wednesday in Lokoja noted that it was a fulfilment of her desire to put smiles on the faces of the vulnerable in the society.

She disclosed that ,one day she was passing through the kogi state Government House with her team and saw a young girl Crawling on the road under a very hot sun.
She said to herself, despite wearing shoes and standing on her toes, the heat was unbearable and then imagined what the girl was experiencing on daily basis to eke a living.

According to her, she has to do something to change her condition by carrying out aggressive campaign using social media and other networks, and luckily the owner of Lounge 1, a leading entertainment outfit in Lokoja felt the same pain and agreed to collaborate with her.

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Agbogu disclosed further that her CPI , has been in the forefront in providing succour for the vulnerable and those with critical condition to come back to their feet..
She added that there are lots of people suffering in the society, urging public spirited individuals, Government at all levels to rise up and support CPI to intervene on cases identified and enrolled.

He reminded that thousands of people with disabilities are blessed with technical capacity who could contribute meaningfully to the development of the Country.
She explained that there is ability in Disabilities, as exemplified by the performance of the Paralympian in the just concluded common wealth games in Birmingham.

SHe said with the wheel chair and the token for her to start up, a life meaning endeavour, she is optimistic that it will spur others to support and collaborate with her Organization for a better and reliable society.

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She called on the kogi state Government and corporate Organisations and individuals to come to the aid of a little lad down with brain tumor at the National Hospital Abuja who need over Eighteen Million naira for surgery.
She commended the Management of Lounge1 for making the resources available for the wheel chair and the start up capital for the girl.

In a remark, the Managing Director of Lounge 1, Hon. Paul Ukwenya, promise to continue to impact on the lives of the people with disabilities.

He called on Nigerians to be of help to the less privileged in the society and commended CPI for her discovery which has brought a new lease of life to Saratu Abdullahi.
The MD described Miss Saratu a one example of many with disabilities that are begging for assistance, charge Nigerians of all walks of lives to be the agent of change in impacting the lives of the less privileged.

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He pointed out that if citizens fails to assist their fellow human beings who are in need, there wouldn’t be a safe and just society.
While promising to do more for the needy, said no one is too small to give, as by so doing the country will be free of vices.

The Chairman of NUJ , kogi Council, Comrade Momohjimoh Adeiza commended the CPI and Lounge 1 for bringing joy to the less endowed in the society and urged them to continue with the good works no matter the challenges, while pleading with Nigerians to see something and do something to making the world a better place for all.

In her part ,the beneficiary, Miss Saratu Abdullahi, thanked the donors and pray God to help them in their own time of needs.
She promise to immediately start the learning of tailoring which she said is her dream, with the aim to be great in life.




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