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14 Sep
In a world where the poor and the vulnerable are left to fend for themselves, there is a glimpse of hope as one man whose sight – and heart – is always aimed at the needy, Alafaa Kariboye-Igbo, says he will always offer himself to help Nigerians in need of help. In order to match…
5 Sep
With less than a year following the establishment of the Oil Money Foundation, the humanitarian activities of this non-profit organization have been felt by many Nigerians in dire need of financial and humanitarian assistance. The foundation, founded by a UK-based entrepreneur, Alafaa Kariboye-Igbo, has paid several visits to orphanages where handsome donations and gift items…

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