Kehinde Salami Foundation shows some love to aged, widows, vulnerable, again dole out nose marks to all
…Distributes food items to three hundred (300) people to cushion the effects of Covid-19 pandemic
…Reaches out to the Muslims amongst the vulnerable with food items to celebrate the Eid-il-Fitri
Gives out free facemasks to prevent the communal transmission of the Covid-19 pandemic in Iba town
The Kehinde Salami Foundation (KSF), a nongovernmental organization with the aims of giving back to the society, supporting and assisting the downtrodden, developing and utilizing sports and social activities to foster unity amongst community inhabitants, and giving of educational support to the ‘out of school children’, has put smiles on the faces of the widows, aged, and vulnerable in Iba town with some selected recipients in Mebamu town, Jubilee community, Church estate community, Market community and Celenica community respectively.
The founder of the NGO, Mr Kehinde Salami an indigene of Iba town who spoke to Seedorf Media disclosed that his passion in giving back to the society was inherited from his late father as displayed during Ramadan period while he was alive. He revealed that the palliative dished out so far is to cushion the effects of Covid-19 pandemic lockdown on the people of Iba town and also to support the people during this Eid-il Fitri celebration and promised to do more, as God blesses him.
The Coordinator of the foundation who spearheaded the palliative distribution, Barr. Agbawi Olusoji Z clarified that the intention behind the initiative is purely humanitarian as against the rumour in town about having a political undertone wrapped with it.
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He further revealed the foundation’s unflinching support in sports before now and assured the populace of the foundation’s readiness to extend the support to other segments of the society.
One of the widows’ recipients of the food items called Mama Ógbóló who could not stomach her appreciation said things like this has never been extended to her area (Iyegbe-Odo) in Iba town and thanked the organization.
“If we have people with a large heart like this and love for the less privilege, the society will be better of” Alhaji Sulaimon Adeshina (Jafo), the Chairman of NNMORAL Lagos State, who commenced the palliative distribution praised the founder and his team for the kind gesture. He further charged him not to be discouraged by any distraction encountered in the process.
KSF… Service To Humanity…