The Aliko Dangote Foundation has donated hi-tech recovery devices to Mr Omodele Adigun, a staff of the Sun Newspaper who is currently recovering from Hemiplegia Stroke .
In a letter of appreciation to the CEO of the foundation, Mr Zakari Momodu, Adigun, the Deputy Business Editor of The Sun Newspapers, who had been indoors for the past one year due to the medical condition, expressed his profound gratitude to the management and staff of ADF for the procurement and presentation of the high-tech rehabilitation therapy devices: Flex AFO and MusicGlove bundle.
“On behalf of my entire family, the Raphael Omodele Adigun family, want to express our profound gratitude to the management and staff of ADF for the procurement and presentation of the high-tech rehabilitation therapy devices: Flex AFO and Music Glove bundle, to me on Wednesday, July 6, 2023, with a view to sparking my quick recovery from the Hemiplegia Stroke that has been keeping me indoors for the past one year.
“For being there for us at the most difficult moment of our entire lives and, unlike others, for not shutting your ears and bowls of mercy to the cry of the poor, you will never lack nor lose your rewards in Jesus name. And God Almighty will also hear your cry, prayers and supplications at your hours of need in Jesus name’ he prayed.”
This was as the management of the Sun Newspaper also expressed its profound appreciation to the Dangote Foundation for its kind guesture in supporting the recovery effort of Mr Adigun