Foundation Grants Scholarships to Indigent Children in FCT

Sir David Osunde Foundation, a faith-based non-governmental organization, has awarded scholarships to indigent children in the Ketti Community of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Osunde believes that the scholarship and the celebration with the children will help them uncover their abilities and talents, shaping them into responsible individuals in the future.

Foundation Grants Scholarships to Indigent Children in FCT

In commemoration of Children's Day, the Sir David Osunde Foundation, a faith-based non-governmental organization, has awarded scholarships to indigent children in the Ketti Community of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The founder of the organization, Sir Davie Osunde, conveyed a message during the special Holy Mass at St John Catholic Church, Ketti.

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He expressed that children in rural areas are often overlooked compared to those in urban areas. Osunde believes that the scholarship and the celebration with the children will help them uncover their abilities and talents, shaping them into responsible individuals in the future. 

Rev Father Anthony Amadi, a missionary priest with the Catholic Church and a lecturer at Veritas University Abuja, called on well-meaning Nigerians to follow suit and assist the less fortunate, thereby alleviating societal suffering.

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In his words, "Today we celebrate the birthday of Sir David Osunde. As he sponsors children in numerous schools, he also seizes the opportunity to celebrate the children, whom he dearly loves. With the gift of children and Sir Osunde, we express our gratitude to the Lord, praying for His continued blessings"

“Sir Osunde is a man of great generosity. He does not hoard his wealth for himself but impacts many lives. If people can learn from him, our country will transform. We are often so self-absorbed and self-centered that we fail to reach out to others. If we show love, our country will improve,” Rev Father Amadi stated.