Learn to give to less privileged –Founder, Israel Ibeleme Foundation advises Nigerians
By Peter Usman://
The Chief Executive Officer/Founder of Israel Ibeleme Foundation, Dr. Israel Ibeleme has called on Nigerians to cultivate the habit of giving to less privileged in the society.
Dr. Ibeleme gave the advice on Friday in his office in Abuja while celebrating his birthday with colleagues, friends and well wishers.
According to him, “I must give glory to God Almighty, who gives life and I am super excited that I have added another year. So it is a good thing to celebrate and also thank God”
Dr. Ibeleme said that he will take the celebration to to one of the orphanage homes in Abuja, where he will present some items to orphans, so as to put smile on their faces.
“In the course of this celebration, I will visit the orphanage home today by 3pm and I will present some items to the less privileged so that they can as well celebrate with me; that is my plan.
“As for my friends and well wishers, I will be celebrating with them and others people that will be coming to visit me. Some of my friends may be coming with me to the orphanage home as the celebration continues. For me, that is worth doing, to celebrate with poor.
“I want to advice the well to do in our society that they should learn to give, support the poor and also give to the less privileged in the society. One special thing about giving is that it comes from the heart. Our reputation and legacy is more important to God and we should be remembered for something good. Let’s make use of every opportunity and ensure that it counts” Dr. Ibeleme said.
He further urged Nigerians to be focused on what they do, “pay so much attention in their daily activities and their commitment to God. Serving God pays and perseverance also works for humanity.
“People should key into one thing they can do best and continue with it, through that, they will excel no matter how long it will take to have the breakthrough. I am proud of Nigeria.”