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 Mr Mobolaji Ogundele the pioneer of the Real Acts of Kindness RAK Development Foundation on Monday empowered the widows of fallen heroes in Badagry to mark the 62 years anniversary of Nigeria independent Shortly before the empowerment Ogunlende said he would continue to encourage everyone in his life to keep working for Nigeria s greatness I am happy and delighted that this is the only way I have chosen We have carefully selected this group of people to be empowered today for so many reasons I want to sincerely express my condolences to the loss of your loved ones to active service to the country May the Lord forgive them their sins and may their souls continue to rest in peace I decided to celebrate my own independent day to empower their widows in my own little way This is to let you know that your husbands did not labour in vain This is to keep you going in my own little way and I think other Nigerians will emulate this little way he said Ogunlende said that the money was to help the widows upgrade their businesses or increase whatever they were doing RAK foundation pioneer commended the THEMES agenda administration of Gov Babajide Sanwo Olu The last S stands for security Security is everything no matter how rich or poor you are security of life and property comes first If you don t have security you are not saved I appreciate the dedication of the Nigeria security agencies to their duties he said Ogunlende said 15 widows were selected from Military and Police to empower with N20 000 each According to him five are from the 243 Recce Battalion Barracks Ibereko five from 15 Engineering Regiment Topo Barracks and five from Badagry Police station He urged the widows to take the little gift from him to support their businesses ASP Oke Owolabani representing the Divisional Police Officer Mr Peters Gbesu commended Ogunlende for extending his merciful hands to the widows in the Barracks He expressed the hope that others in the country would emulate this gesture and extend it to the headquarters in Abuja Owolabani said that Ogunlende was a hero According to him any person that empowers a hero s wife such person is a hero It is the heart of the man that makes him a man Ogunlende gives without expecting anything from anyone God will reward him he said Also Mrs Sesi Ogungbe the Supervisor for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation WAPA Badagry West Local Council Development Area LCDA urged the widows to make judicious use of the money She said that it took the spirit of God to be able to give out nowadays Mrs Chinansa Kpanikwu one of the widows thanked Ogunlende for giving them the money Kpanikwu promised to use the money to extend her frozen food business NewsSourceCredit NAN
Foundation empowers widows of fallen heroes in Badagry

Mobolaji Ogundele

Mr Mobolaji Ogundele, the pioneer of the Real Acts of Kindness (RAK) Development Foundation, on Monday empowered the widows of fallen heroes in Badagry to mark the 62 years anniversary of Nigeria independent.

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Shortly before the empowerment, Ogunlende said he would continue to encourage everyone in his life to keep working for Nigeria’s greatness.

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“I am happy and delighted that this is the only way I have chosen.

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We have carefully selected this group of people to be empowered today for so many reasons.

“I want to sincerely express my condolences to the loss of your loved ones to active service to the country.

“May the Lord forgive them their sins and may their souls continue to rest in peace.

“I decided to celebrate my own independent day to empower their widows in my own little way.

“This is to let you know that your husbands did not labour in vain.

This is to keep you going in my own little way and I think other Nigerians will emulate this little way,” he said.

Ogunlende said that the money was to help the widows upgrade their businesses or increase whatever they were doing.

Babajide Sanwo-Olu

RAK foundation pioneer commended the THEMES agenda administration of Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

“The last S stands for security.

Security is everything, no matter how rich or poor you are, security of life and property comes first.

“If you don’t have security, you are not saved.

I appreciate the dedication of the Nigeria security agencies to their duties,” he said.

Military and Police

Ogunlende said 15 widows were selected from Military and Police to empower with N20,000 each.

Recce Battalion Barracks Ibereko

According to him, five are from the 243 Recce Battalion Barracks Ibereko, five from 15 Engineering Regiment, Topo Barracks and five from Badagry Police station.

He urged the widows to take the little gift from him to support their businesses.

Oke Owolabani

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Oke Owolabani, representing the Divisional Police Officer, Mr Peters Gbesu, commended Ogunlende for extending his merciful hands to the widows in the Barracks.

He expressed the hope that others in the country would emulate this gesture and extend it to the headquarters in Abuja.

Owolabani said that Ogunlende was a hero.

According to him, any person that empowers a hero’s wife, such person is a hero.

“It is the heart of the man that makes him a man.

“Ogunlende gives without expecting anything from anyone.

God will reward him,” he said.

Sesi Ogungbe

Also, Mrs Sesi Ogungbe, the Supervisor for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation (WAPA) Badagry-West Local Council Development Area (LCDA), urged the widows to make judicious use of the money.

She said that it took the spirit of God to be able to give out nowadays.

Chinansa Kpanikwu

Mrs Chinansa Kpanikwu, one of the widows, thanked Ogunlende for giving them the money.

Kpanikwu promised to use the money to extend her frozen food business.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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