Tool Initiatives Host Christmas Program, Empowers Over 400 People

Tool Initiatives Host Christmas Program, Empowers Over 400 People

President of Tool Initiatives, Titilope Oguntade Oladele, has enjoined citizens of the country and all across the globe to come together, celebrate the joy of giving, and continue in the mission to be instruments of humanity.

Tool Initiatives President also admonished Nigerians to avoid anything that can orchestrate disunity, instability and conflicts in the country, in order to assist the government in advocating for a peaceful nation.

Titilope Oguntade Oladele made these known in a message issued at the 2023 Christmas Outreach of the foundation held on Sunday at her residence in Eruwa.

The President said Christians and all citizens of the nation should celebrate one another in the spirit of the season, by coming together, celebrating the joy of giving, and continuing in the mission to be instruments of humanity.

‘Over the past three years, TOOL Initiatives has been dedicated to community development and humanitarian services. What started as a small initiative to make a positive impact in the lives of those less privileged has grown into a powerful force for change. This year, I am thrilled to announce that we have taken a significant step forward by formalizing our commitment through full registration.

‘As we embark on this new chapter, we are introducing a structured approach to our programs, aiming to create a database that will enable us to better understand the needs of our community. This database will serve as a tool to identify and reach those who can benefit most from our various initiatives.

‘Together, we can make a difference that transcends generations’, the foundation President added.

The event which empowered not less than four hundred people consisted of aged women, widows, orphans, indigents and other vulnerable people, all got a cash prize of five thousand naira with food items package each.

Beneficiaries of the empowerment include Ayomide Alimi, Odunola Esther Ayodele, Boluwatife Waheed (POS machine with start-up cash of fifty thousand naira each), Queen Idogie Oladejo, Sekoni Adebola Fausat (deep freezer), Abiodun Aroja Gabriel, Sodiq Amuda (clipper), Mary Ijaola, Isaiah Bukola Olajumoke (Sewing machine), Rachael Ayokunmi, Olugbenga Yemisi, Adelakun Rachael Afusa, Olatunji Funmilayo (Grinding machine).

Dignitaries present at the occasion include; Chief J.A. Peluola (Chairman, Eruwa Elders Council), Revd & Revd Mrs Olatunde Olagoke Olatunji, Femi Oladele Solar, Dr. Samuel Gbesabi (Fresh FM), Mrs. Iyabode Oguntade (Mother of TOOL Initiatives President), among others.

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