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 The Beautiful Gate Handicapped People Centre Jos has donated wheelchairs to 120 People Living with Disabilities PWDs in Babaldo Village Birnin Kudu Local Government Area of Jigawa State Miss Sandra Yilgwan the spokesperson for the centre said this in a statement on Thursday in Jos Mr Ayuba Gufwan the Executive Director of the Centre who presented the wheelchairs to the beneficiaries said the gesture aimed at ensuring that the PWDs were not left behind in the society Gufwan who was accompanied Rev Ron Rice and Philly Sorter its partners from the U S said the gesture would enable the beneficiaries attend school seek greener pasture and become useful to themselves families and communities Gufwan a polio survivor advised the beneficiaries not to see their disabilities as a kiss of death but a challenge waiting to be overcome He urged the beneficiaries to use the wheelchairs for meaningful ventures and not engage in street begging In a brief remark Rice commended the donor for the gesture adding that it was in fulfillment of the ministry of Jesus He also advised the beneficiaries to enroll in school or learn a trade not minding their physical disabilities The Village Head of Babaldo Alhaji Usman Lamido thanked Gufwan for the gesture noting that the organisation had supported PWDs in the communities with over 500 wheelchairs in the past He advised parents in the community to ensure regular immunisation against polio for their children in order to fight the spread of the disease in the community NewsSourceCredit NAN
Centre donates wheelchairs to 120 PWDs in Jigawa

Beautiful Gate Handicapped People Centre

The Beautiful Gate Handicapped People Centre, Jos, has donated wheelchairs to 120 People Living with Disabilities (PWDs) in Babaldo Village, Birnin Kudu Local Government Area of Jigawa State.

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Miss Sandra

Miss Sandra Yilgwan, the spokesperson for the centre said this in a statement on Thursday in Jos.

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Ayuba Gufwan

Mr Ayuba Gufwan, the Executive Director of the Centre, who presented the wheelchairs to the beneficiaries, said the gesture aimed at ensuring that the PWDs were not left behind in the society.

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Ron Rice

Gufwan, who was accompanied Rev. Ron Rice and Philly Sorter, its partners from the U.

S., said the gesture would enable the beneficiaries attend school, seek greener pasture and become useful to themselves, families and communities.

Gufwan, a polio survivor, advised the beneficiaries not to see their disabilities as a kiss of death but a challenge waiting to be overcome.

He urged the beneficiaries to use the wheelchairs for meaningful ventures and not engage in street begging.

In a brief remark, Rice commended the donor for the gesture, adding that it was in fulfillment of the ministry of Jesus.

He also advised the beneficiaries to enroll in school or learn a trade, not minding their physical disabilities.

Village Head of Babaldo

The Village Head of Babaldo, Alhaji Usman Lamido, thanked Gufwan for the gesture, noting that the organisation had supported PWDs in the communities with over 500 wheelchairs in the past.

He advised parents in the community to ensure regular immunisation against polio for their children, in order to fight the spread of the disease in the community.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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