By Eric Elezuo
Never tired of coming to the rescue of the sick and the needy in the society, the Founder, Esther Ajayi Foundation and General Overseer, Love of Christ (Generation) Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Clapham, England, Reverend Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi, has once again released millions of naira to see to the health needs of four Nigerians in urgent need of medical attention.
The four lucky individuals include 20 years old Tosin Ojelabi, whose MRI test indicated a suspected case of Budd-chiari syndrome, which she has suffered since 2015.
Reviewing her case when he visited her in her Ibadan abode at the instance of Rev Mother Ajayi, the spokesperson, Mr Abiodun Paseda, said she needs to undergo Transjugalar Intrahepatic Portosystemic (TIPS) shunt Surgery, which will gulp about N4.7 million, and through to type, the ever kind Reverend Mother has promptly released the money and the surgery is billed to take place at Eurapharma Care Services in Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
The second recipient, according to Mr. Paseda, is young Idera Kuyoro, whose lower limb was hit by a motorcycle and her lower limb was amputated as a result of a motorcycle accident. Arrangements have been concluded by Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi for a new Transtibial Prosthesis (Prosthetic foot) for her.
The others are Mr Azeez Adelokun, who has a case of cancer and a Nigerian based popular female gospel artiste.
Speaking to The Boss, Mr. Paseda, who has been in the forefront of bringing to the fore patients that require urgent attention and attending to their well being from discovery to recovery, said that the kind woman of prayer will never relent in ensuring that the needy in terms of finance and medication gets their heart desire.
Aside her humanitarian endeavours in Nigeria, the Esther Ajayi Foundation has spread across West Africa to Liberia, Ghana and Sierra Leone and even further, providing succour to the needy and expressing her God given mandate of giving without ceasing.
In 2018, she reached out to over one million persons in empowerment, medical treatment, financial enrichment among many other things that bring smiles.
“Reverend Mother is just a different kind of person,” Paseda enthused.