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PRINCE ADEYA ADEDOTUN FOUNDATION FEEDS OVER 1000 SENIOR CITIZENS IN ONDO

PRINCE ADEYA ADEDOTUN FOUNDATION FEEDS OVER 1000 SENIOR CITIZENS IN ONDO

Credit………..Charles Olowe……….

Yesterday the CEO and founder of Prince Adeya Adedotun Foundation the son of later Pa Adeya of Ondo kingdom through his NGO provided food items of different kinds to over 1000 senior citizens known as Old people.

The distribution which held across the nooks and crannies of Ondo and its environment, the distribution was done by the AAF Ambassadors in conjunction with members of the NGO forum and volunteers. As they moved from house to house, street to street.

Prince Adeya while speaking, appreciates God almighty the provider and sustainer, who has been providing the needs of men regardless of our shortcomings, and also for keeping us alive despite the challenges that mitigate human existence from January till date.

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Further in his speech, he said he believes so much in giving because God himself established that by giving us his only begotten son (Jesus Christ ) which is pragmatic without any expectation from man.

Prince Adeya Adedotun reaffirms his commitment through his NGO to continue to give back to the community in whatever capacity God has given him without any expectation.

Over 1000 beneficiaries of the Feeding Initiative appreciate God and the initiator for prioritizing them without even knowing them. Prayers and supplications were made to God on behalf of the founder.

PRINCE ADEYA ADEDOTUN FOUNDATION FEEDS OVER 1000 SENIOR CITIZENS IN ONDO
Beneficiaries

AAF will continue to bless and touch lives through a series of undertakings and programs that would be rolled out soon which would further provide a scaffold for human capacity development, training, and orientation program.

Happy New Year in advance.
AAF! Giving without Expectation!

 

 

PRINCE ADEYA ADEDOTUN FOUNDATION FEEDS OVER 1000 SENIOR CITIZENS IN ONDO

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