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Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi ‘Restores’ Girl’s Sight

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By Eric Elezuo

As part of her rescue mission in alleviating poverty and providing succour to the sick, the notable woman of prayer, Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi, has assisted a teenage daughter of a single mother, Oreoluwa Osinbola, to recover her dwindling sight.

According to Mr. Abiodun Paseda, the Founder of Focus on Disability (FOD) Foundation, who facilitated the process, Oreoluwa’s case caught the attention of Reverend Mother Ajayi while on her tour of delivering wealth and health goodies to indigent Nigerians through Mr. Babatunde Balogun, a broadcaster.

Balogun had told Mr. Paseda the story of the only child of a single mother, who was suffering vision loss, associated with ‘flash and floaters’ and in urgent need of eye surgery to correct the defects.

Paseda had promptly travelled to Ibadan to see her and her mother, and they were referred to the University Teaching Hospital, Ibadan, for a series of eye tests. Afterwards, the young girl was referred to Skipper Eye-Q Super Specialty Eye Hospital located at Plot 698 Sanusi Fafunwa Street, Victoria Island, Lagos where the surgery was successfully carried out, and the bill was fully paid by the kindness oriented woman, Rev Mother Esther Ajayi.

Recall that Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi has been in the forefront of providing desirable medical and financial assistance to deserving Nigerians through her Esther Ajayi Foundation. The Foundation has also pledged to affect one million lives this year – a pledge that is almost fulfilled even as the year is still far from ending.

Oreoluwa’s case is one out of the myriads of good tidings Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi and her foundation has unleashed on Nigerians and foreigners alike to make life more meaningful and worthwhile.

After the surgery

For mother and daughter, it was sheer joy and untold happiness as they heaped encomiums on the woman of faith and gratitude, asking God Almighty to constantly bless her with both material and spiritual blessings to continue to dish out God’s love to humanity.

Mother Esther Ajayi is a woman of crazy faith, and a selfless philanthropist, who derives great pleasure in providing support and resources for the homelessness, those in detention camps, as well as poverty-stricken individuals. She is also in the business of rehabilitating offenders, as well as supporting other deserving causes and projects.

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Just In: Fifth Columnists in the Presidency Working Against Tinubu, Says El-Rufai

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By Michael Effiong

Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, has revealed that there are some fifth columnists in the presidency who want the All Progressives Congress ( APC) to lose the 2023 Presidential election.

Speaking on Channels TV flagship programme, Sunrise Daily, Governor El-Rufai affirmed that there was serious division in the APC Presidential Campaign Council.

He stated that some people in the Presidency because Asiwaju Bola Tinubu was not their preferred candidate are working against his interest.

He noted that the Naira redesign was not an APC problem but a Presidency problem, urging Nigerians to ignore their current situation and still vote for Tinubu as a person.

On the fuel crisis, he said fuel subsidy had been a problem for many years and that it was President Buhari and not APC that has insisted on the subsidy which is costing the nation a whopping six Trillion Naira.

He revealed that as far back as 2016, Buhari had been advised to remove subsidy but he had bluntly refused.

Governor El Rufai used the opportunity to hail his tenure in Kaduna State, noting that his government has attracted over $4billion worth of investments to the state.

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Atiku Vows to Construct Funtua-Gusau-Sokoto Road, Reiterates End to Banditry

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate in the February 25 presidential election, Atiku Abubakar, has pledged to reconstruct the Funtua-Gusau-Sokoto road, if elected. He also promised to float empowerment programmes that will combat poverty among the citizens.

Atiku made the pledges on Tuesday in Sokoto while addressing a crowd of supporters at his presidential campaign rally.

The PDP presidential candidate also pledged to end the security challenges bedevilling the nation, ensure stability for profitable farming, grazing as well as reopen the nation’s borders to bolster business activities.

He urged citizens to support PDP candidates at all levels at the forthcoming elections, vowing that a PDP-led administration would curb social, economic and infrastructural decay in the country.

Mr Atiku had inaugurated a remodelled presidential lodge and the Dandima flyover bridge constructed by the Governor Aminu Tambuwal’s administration.

The PDP presidential flag bearer also paid homage on the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Abubakar Sa’ad III, after an interactive session with community and traditional rulers in the state.

Earlier, the PDP National Chairman, Dr Ayochia Ayu, presented the party’s flag to PDP governorship candidate in the State, Sa’idu Umar and received scores of defectors from the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Mr Ayu described the Sokoto rally as home coming and enjoined party loyalists to use their PVCs to change the national government as well as sustain the achievements of Tambuwal.

Leader of the defectors, Amb. Faruku Yabo, said the PDP-led administration in the state had the people’s interests at heart, and it was capable of surmounting the national challenges.

The event witnessed presentations from various party chieftains on the ways to address the challenges being faced by the citizens.

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Atiku Promises to End Banditry, Reconstruct Bakalori Dam in Zamfara

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has said a PDP-led Federal Government will end banditry in Zamfara State.

Atiku, who was in Gusau on Monday for a campaign rally, also promised to reconstruct Bakalori Dam to aid irrigation farming in the state. He noted that apart from Borno and Yobe states, Zamfara State has paid dearly for the spate of insecurity in the country, which he blamed on the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led Federal Government.

“They brought insecurity, poverty, and disunity; our youth are not going to school because teachers are not paid in secondary and tertiary institutions.

“With your vote, you will expunge them. I promise to restore peace and security in Nigeria. I have done it in the past (and) I see no reason why with your support and backing, by the grace of God, there won’t be peace in Nigeria,” the PDP candidate asserted.

He promised to work with the state government to revitalise the closed down textile companies, adding that businessmen would be supported with capital to open and go into textile production for job generation.

“We will open (closed) borders because it is not in line with the law. Our borders are closed while others are open; there is no justice in this,” he noted.

The vice presidential candidate, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, expressed confidence that PDP would secure over 80 per cent votes in Zamfara State.

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