IMPRESSIVE: Dino Melaye, Others At The Fund Raising Event Of 6 Years Old Boko Haram Victim Ali Ahmadu.(photos)

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
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‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
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‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎


A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
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‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎



A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎


A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎




A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎


A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎



A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎


A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

A non governmental organisation headquartered in Abuja, The Global Initiative for Peace Love & Care [GIPLC] yesterday held a fund raising ceremony for a medical care a 6 year Boko haram victim Ali Ahmadu. T‎he  event which is tagged \'Nigerian\'s 4 Nigeria attracted high profile personalities including Senator Dino Melaye. 
‎‎
‎Ali Ahmadu who was 3 years old during the Boko Haram terrorists stampede at Chibok was ran over (on his back/spine) with a motorcycle. The timely intervention of GIPLC helped in facilitating his movement from point A to B, in the quest for proper medical attention. The urgent need for proper media attention at a specialist hospital in UAE necessiated the fund raising event at Merit House Abuja with impressive response from the guests who honoured the event.


He has since been examined at the UMTH (university of maiduguri teaching hospital), from where we have received diagnostic & scan reports,which we have promptly forwarded to a specialist hospital in the UAE .

He needs $50,000(N19million) and his family is desperately impoverished. Using the power of numbers we can do it... 19 of us by N1m each, or 38 of us by N500,000 each, or 76 of us by N250,000 each, or 152 of us by N125,000 each, or 304 of us by N62,500 each, or 608 of us by N31,000.... Collectively we can do it.. We did it before in 2013 for OKikijesu(first human ever born in the world without 50% of her a skull).Within 72hrs $234,000 plus, was raised for her treatment. Just like the abducted & returned girls and OkikiJesu, Ali certainly deserves a second chance at life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness.‎

 
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