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Foundation distributes food items to motherless home


As part of efforts aimed at bringing smiles to the faces of the needy, the Oil Money Foundation recently distributed food items to motherless homes in Calabar. Items donated include noodles, rice, and mattresses.

According to United Kingdom-based entrepreneur and philanthropist, Alafaa Kariboye-Igbo, the charity organisation works mostly with poor children and offers programmes that expand education, improve health, create businesses, and protect the lives of poor people.


He said the foundation helps children to lead more productive and healthier lives, while they also assist them with education, safety, early preparation against pandemics.

“We also help families to start their own business and also support pupils in paying their fees in several schools.


“Oil Money Foundation also provides medical care, equipment, and service, among others,” he said.

Founded on November 5, 2020, the foundation works in five states in Nigeria, including some African countries. It is a nonprofitable organisation funded by billionaire, Alafaa Kariboye-Igbo, a UK-based entrepreneur and philanthropist.


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