Lockdown: Widows In Sanga LGA Smile As Caleb Danladi Foundation Distributes Food Items , Face Masks
Kaduna, North-West, Nigeria
In its continous efforts to help in easing the effects of the lockdown caused by Covid -19 pandemic, Caleb Danladi Foundation this time around moved to Kobin Community of Sanga Local government area of Kaduna State to touch the lives of widows in the locality.
Presenting the items on behalf of the founder, Capt. Caleb Danladi,
Associate Professor Hosea Mande said, the Capt. has through his NGO touched on the lives of many less previlaged indigenes of Kaduna state irrespective of religious or tribal affiliation.
“Capt. Caleb Danladi, founder of the NGO has been putting smiles on the faces of many Kaduna State Indigenes. In his humanitarian services to the downtrodden, Local government, religious or ethnicity is not a barrier.”
Explaining further he said, the Foundation has also extended it’s kind gesture to some residents in Zaria.
Associate Professor Mande expressing the determination of Captain Danladi in his bid to erradicating poverty in the region said all the gestures by the Foundation had been from the founder’s salary.
” All these gestures being carried out by the Caleb Danladi Foundation is from the salary of the founder. He has reiterated readiness to eradicate poverty in the region.
“Caleb can only achieved this when spirited individuals with like-minds see the need to venture into same project of rendering humanitarian services to our people.” He stressed.
Appreciating the gesture, the Village Head of the Community, Mr Danlami Usman thanked the Foundation for resuscitating the hope of the Widow’s in the Community, adding, this is the 3rd time the Foundation is assisting the Community despite the fact he is not from the Community.
”The Foundation in 2014 assisted some of our Children to settled their School fees. Now we are receiving another gesture from the same humble Man.”
Expressing appreciation to Caleb Danladi Foundation for remembering them in this hard time, one of the beneficiaries, Mrs Ladi Monday prayed that God continues to enrich and protect him in his place of work as there is no better time to remember them than now in this Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
” We’ll continue to pray for Caleb’s success in his place of work for God to protect him and bless him for us.” She prayed.
Among items donated were bags of rice and some tubers of yam and face mask