Ibadan Ace Broadcaster, Imoyosola Adetoro Gifts Newly Built House to Widow

There is need for philanthropists, well- meaning Nigerians and  Non-Governmental Organizations(NGO) to assist the less privileged  to bridge the gap between the poor and the rich in the society.

The Zonal Director, Radio Nigeria, Ibadan National Station, Mrs Bolatito Joseph stated this at the commissioning and the handing over of a new house to a widow, Mrs Rachael Folarin at Red Block, Isale Agbon, Oluka Area, Moniya Ibadan donated by an NGO, Vision Feed the widows and the less privilege”.

Mrs Joseph commended the founder of the NGO, who is a staff of Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Amuludun FM, Moniya Ibadan, Mr. Imoyosola Adetoro for putting smile on the faces of widows in the society.

In a remark, the General Manager Radio Amuludun FM , Rev. Niyi Dahunsi expressed happiness with the support given by the Zonal Director to the initiator of the NGO.

Rev. Dahunsi advised the founder of the NGO not to relent in his efforts in actualizing his vision.

Meanwhile, the beneficiary of the self- contained apartment, Mrs Racheal Folarin expressed gratitude to the NGO for the gesture.

Speaking, the visioner of the NGO, Emperor Imoyosola Adetoro said the rationale behind the NGO is to put smile on the faces of the poor and the less privileged in the society.

“It’s a vision God gave to me about 9years ago and mandated it as my ministry to help the widows and under privileged which since then we have been doing the work of God in this little way. Each year we always have a big project to accomplish apart from the petty petty projects that people know us for such as paying for surgery, feed the widows, cash donations to the widows every month, widows empowerment etc. So, this is our big project for 2021.We Thank God all the challenges were conquered”.

Emperor Imoyosola seized the opportunity to express appreciation to Radio Nigeria for supporting his vision as a staff in the organization.

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