On Friday, 27th of April, 2018, Balm in Gilead Foundation for Sustainable Development (BIGIF) and Federation of International Women Lawyers (FIDA), carried out a peaceful election rally in Ekiti State. Charity Connect Podcast was there to support and gather useful information.
The peaceful election rally was carried out to sensitise the public to get their permanent voters’ card (PVC) and go out to cast their votes.
According to one of the respondents, Barrister Blessing Ajileye, women and children are usually at the receiving end of violence during and after election.
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I met Dayogreat Oyediwura during an event organized by Balm in Gilead Foundation For Sustainable Development (BIGIF) and after having a conversation with him, I feel it’s great if you too can gain from his wealth of Wisdom especially, on productivity.
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How Dayogreat was sponsored to South Africa without spending a single penny
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Case Study on How To Increase Your Productivity Using a Pharmaceutical Company Method
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This is episode 8 of the Charity Connect Podcast. Tochucku Agbugba aka TK, the Evangelism Secretary of Nigeria Christian Corpers Fellowship (NCCF), Takum Taraba State talks on National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), NCCF and Rural Rugged.
NYSC is a compulsory one year service by graduates of Nigeria Universities and Polytechnics.
NCCF on the other hand is an organisation to of Christian Corpers. One of the chore things NCCF is involved in is Rural Rugged — visiting rural environments with the Gospel of Christ and reaching them with gift items and charitable services.
In this episode, TK shares the following:
What NCCF is about
How people can participate in the Rural Rugged
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Since last week, a campaign has been going on on social media, particularly Facebook, about #SaveNiyi, a student of Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria who was diagnosed with Lymphatic Cancer and Hepatitis B.
Remember that last episode, I celebrated my birthday and I asked that you help someone in need as a gift for my birthday. This is another way you can help someone in need.
In case you’ve not seen the campaign before, kindly read it below:
At a point we felt the hurdle had been scaled, the rubicon crossed and the storm be over, behold grief in a limitless fold on the surface.
You all remember a post of mine about my friend Kolawole Olaniyi Emmanuel whose health status lacerated my heart then? his health condition is not any better, I have not shed tears for any reason since 2007 but the pictures of Niyi has these tears budding because am depressed and dejected a dream as Niyi’s is on a frolic of perdition thanks to his health status but I know God won’t permit such, I have not known grief this much
He is a 400l law student of Ekiti State University, not just a barrister in equity but a bundle of talents woven in one person, humorist, intelligent, fun person but behold beyond a shadow of his own self, this lacerates the heart beyond words.
You cannot have attended UCAAD and not know Niyi. Talk less RCF EKSU. Members and Alumni of Faculty of Law EKSU, this guy play the guitar in the most unique way I’ve ever heard.
Niyi was diagnosed with lymphatic cancer and Hepatitis B on August 2016(his birthday month) at the university of Lagos university teaching hospital (LUTH),and since then, he has been bed ridden, dropped out of school and looks like a shadow of himself.
Niyi needs the sum of 3 million Naira for his chemotherapy treatments and dialysis to help save his liver and stop the cancer from spreading to other organs of his body.
Please let’s not allow the dreams and aspirations of Niyi to die. We are appealing to kind hearted Nigerians to please help #saveNiyi.
Here’s his Acct details: name: kolawole olaniyi acct number: 0126045388 Bank name: Guarantee Trust Bank. #SaveNiyi #SaveNiyi #SaveNiyi
In this episode of the Charity Connect Podcast, we looked into Charity and Nation Development.
I realized that many people have different perspective to what charity is and its roles in the development of any nation particularly, Nigeria.
Many developed nations today get to where they are because they have been actively involved in Charity. Even though, many people today, have taken charity political, I believe charity contributes to Nation Development.
There are many children who couldn’t afford to go to school because of school fees and/or materials. Like Mrs Lola Aluko opined in this interview, there are families that you just need to educate one child in the family and the family is liberated.
What about people in the hospital who can’t afford their hospital bills or Entrepreneurs who want to set up their businesses but have no fund or capital? Thank God for the likes of Tony Elumelo who are giving grants to thousands of Entrepreneurs.
How about a smile or show of love to someone who needs it? That’s charity!
In today’s episode therefore, I interviewed five people, two women and three men, who shared their knowledge on Charity and its contributions to Nation Development.
You would be amazed to listen to this wonderful great people as they shed light to the following questions: