By Eric Elezuo
The Founder and Proprietress of Esther Ajayi Foundation and Minister in Charge of Love of Christ Generation Church, Clapham, London, Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi, is at it again. She has sponsored the medical trips of two terminally ill Nigerians, Messrs Oladipupo Dotun John of 51 Federal Housing Estate, Olomore, Abeokuta, Ogun State, and Badejo Emmanuel, a student of Ogun State College of Health Technology, who lives in Odogbolu, Ogun State.
Speaking exclusively to TheBoss, Mr. Abiodun Enilari Paseda, Founder of Focus on Disability Foundation, who spoke on behalf of the Woman of Faith, said that 30 years old Mr. Oladipupo, a known HBSS, who is in need of hip replacement, travelled Wednesday night in company of his mother, Mrs. Rachel Oladipupo, to India, where the transplant is billed to take place. He was diagnosed of SPINAL VERTEBRAE COLLAPSE with gibbous polyarticular arthropathy in addition to bilateral shoulder and hip joint.
“Oladipupo’s operation will be taking place at Fortis Healthcare, New Delhi, under the able supervision of Dr. Atul Mishra, the Director of Orthopedics, with whom I have had thorough discussion,” said Paseda.
On the other hand, 24 years old Emmanuel, who could not complete his education at the Ogun State College of Health Technology, Illese, as a result of incapacitation, was diagnosed of Chronic Osteomyelitis, an ailment of bone infection. He will be treated at the Babcock University Teaching Hospital, Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State.
In his remarks, Mr. Paseda, who declared that on the instructions of the Reverend Mother, he has personally visited the patients, as well as undertook a journey with them to their various hospitals, to see and have meaningful discussions with their doctors, also said that this is not the first time nor will it be the last time Esther Ajayi’s hand of love will be dished out to the very needy in the society.
“Reverend Mother will continue to live up to her billing and render great assistance to every deserving citizen of the Nigerian society, and the world at large. She said that her heart is with Dotun and Emmanuel, and will not spare any expence to see that they return in splendid health. She spent a total of N6 million for Oladipupo’s treatment in India while N1.5 million was committed to Badejo’s treatment.
In their separate responses, the parents of the duo, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Oladipupo and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Badejo, praised the tiredness efforts of Reverend Mother Ajayi in coming to the aid of the needy, and prayed God to grant her more resources to continue to do the work of the Lord.
Esther Ajayi has used her foundation, spread across the world to affect the lives of the needy, ensuring that none who needs any of the basic requirements of life ever lacks.