Valentine’s: Emnamu Founder Donates To Orphans, Disabled Persons, Visits Patients In Adamawa Hospital

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By; JACOB ONJEWU DICKSON


In the spirit of love and  the foundation’s aim and vision of supporting the less privileged in the society, the Emnamu Foundation reached out to orphans, disabled people as well as visited Yola Specialist Hospital where cash donations were made to many patients.
The foundation formed by Adamawa born philanthropist and business tycoon, Dr. Emmanuel N.  Musa marked this year’s Valentine’s Day to show love to the less privileged whom he said need love and care.
Dr. Musa through his foundation donated assorted items to the orphanage home in Jimeta and persons living with special challenges at their skill acquisition center in Nasarawo, Jimeta.
The foundation made donations of noodles, milk, sugar, detergents, cooking condiments, books and pens to the orphanage home.
Emnamu Foundation while at a specialist hospital, gave cash donations to over fifty sick people with prayers offered to the founder for God’s divine provision and health.
Emnamu team  also visited the skills acquisitions center for the disabled at their Nasarawo Centre where cash donations were made to sixty-three persons with  different physical challenge

In her response to the gesture, Matron, Hajiya Rukaiya Suleiman expressed  gratitude to Dr. Emmanuel N. Musa, saying that the donor is an exceptional young man that came to the rescue of the innocent kids in the nick of time.
She said the extraordinary humanitarian work he is doing will never go unrewarded as the young ones have especially prayed for him to succeed in whatever thing he is doing.
“Sometime in January, I saw the outreach of this foundation, that was why when I received their letter for this visitation, I did not hesitate to act on it. May God continue to increase the coast of the founder and bless this wonderful team. I assure you that these items would be used judiciously for the welfare of these orphans,” she said.
Also commending  the gesture by Emnamu, the Chairman Persons Living With Disabilities  Association of Nigeria, Adamawa State, Mr. Johnson Samuel said it is indeed a show of love from the noble foundation to visit them on a day like this. 
He said no one has ever thought of this, but the  foundation came to them with a lot of surprises.
He expressed  unreserved gratitude to the founder and prayed, God will replenish and bless him  more.
Mr. Samuel called on other sons and daughters of the state to emulate the good example of Dr. Emmanuel, as such  pleases the creator and attracts his blessings.
In his response, the coordinator of the foundation, Comrade Kukuya Godwin said it is a usual gesture of the Foundation to put smiles on  faces of people in need.
“As you are aware, we carried out an outreach that covered eight local government areas in January this year. 
“It is just the continuation of the benevolence of the foundation that we chose to celebrate Valentine’s Day with these persons with special challenges, to show them love, care, affection and concern, which hardly comes their way.”
In a telephone conversation with our correspondent, founder, Dr. Emmanuel N. Musa said, it is ideal to show love to these persons faced with myriad of challenges on a special day like this.
“I will continue to touch lives impactfully and extend such  gestures to every part of Adamawa State and beyond. My Life and what I have is all about humanity,” he added.

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