The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care (GIPLC) has called on well-meaning Nigerians to come to the aid of a six year old boy, Ali Ahmadu who was over ran on the back/spine with a motorcycle by Boko Haram terrorists few years ago in Chibok village.
The Coordinator of GIPLC, Mr. Nuhu Kwajafa, in a statement on Wednesday, noted that Ali was three years old when the incident happened same time when the terrorists that abducted over 200 Chibok school girls.
According to Kwajafa, over $50,000(N19million) would be needed for health care.
He said that the 2014 “the then three years old has been denied access to education, amongst other things and fundamentally, he has not been able to walk properly, or move without aid or examined by a medic, even at primary health care level”.
For the first time since this unfortunate incident, he said GIPLC has facilitated his movement in the quest for proper medical attention and he has been examined at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital (UMTH) and results of his diagnostic & scan reports, received have been promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE by CIPLC.
“He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it… 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000…. Collectively we can do it. We did it before in 2013 for OkikiJesu (first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness”, Kwajafa stated.
He urged well-meaning individuals to make their donations to the GIPLC Ecobank Account Number 3362017526 or call 08089693240 or 0816318379 7 for enquiries.
He stressed that GIPLC is a non-governmental, non-faith based, non-partisan, not for profit organisation, based in Nigeria, with headquarters in Abuja.
Kwajafa said that in the past 11 years, the organisation has worked relentlessly to improve and expand access to health care, education, water & environmental sanitation and protection, for extremely vulnerable children, especially those of single digit age 0-9years.
He said that the organization have mobilized resources (funds, food items, educational materials and relief supplies) to the tune of up to $5,000,000.00 [five million dollars] from indigenous public and private sector individuals and groups, to support children with critical health conditions and others living in extremely difficult circumstances, within suburban/rural communities, orphanages and internally displaced persons camps.