[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In appreciation of God’s favour on his life, a politician and environmental scientist, Tunde Olaogun, decided to bring smiles on the faces of the less privileged in the society.
Olaogun, who had previously informed in an open letter addressed to his friends and made available to Freelanews of his desire to spend better part of the day with the less privileged, especially the elderly, eventually made good of his plan. The day being today, January 13, 2022.
The birthday boy, who is a habitual giver, visited Old Market in Lokoja, Kogi State to feed beggars in the popular market, focusing on older men and women.
“This giving initiative, as you are perhaps aware is not new in my history; although it is the first in Lokoja.
“I am however encouraged and of the fervent belief that it is better to give when you have but it is much more rewarding to give when you do not have.
“For me, I do not have it all. But I reckon largely with that part of the scriptures which says “Give and it shall be given unto you”,” he said.
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