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Saturday, March 9

WIFE OF CUBANA CHAIRMAN, MRS EBELE IYIEGBU LAUNCHES FOUNDATION ON BIRTHDAY, TO SUPPORT HEALTHCARE DEVELOPMENT

Wife of Billionaire Businessman, Mrs. Ebele Iyiegbu has joined the league of recognised Philanthropists and human capacity builders, as she launches the "Kiek Foundation", a non governmental organisation that is focused on helping and caring for the underprivileged persons in our societies, with operational networks across Nigeria.

She unveiled the NGO, during her birthday Dinner celebration, hosted in Abuja, at Grand Cubana Hotel. The birthday celebration and launch ceremony of Kiek Foundation attracted high profile personalities, politicians, Philanthropists and reputable partners of Cubana groups.

The founder of Kiek Foundation noted that her Foundation is committed and dedicated to improving the lives of underprivileged children through healthcare and education. She stated that her interest in childcare and development was birthed out of her passion for kids and a visionary move to ensure that they become what God has created them for.

She stressed that the Kiek Foundation will place cogent emphasis on projects that further aide the provisions of a comfortable growing environment for children and Adults, access to good education, healthcare, food and other basic amenities.
Mrs. Iyiegbu expressed appreciation to guests, as she spotlighted her interest in humanitarian affairs, capacity building, childcare and support for less privilege children across Nigeria. She also commissioned everyone to be part of her Initiative in helping the poor and creating a better place for humanity.

Mrs. Iyiegbu is a mother of four biological boys and one adopted child. She is married to popular Nigeria showbiz Enterpreneur, Chief Obi Iyiegbu, who has continued to support her vision and aspirations in eradicating poverty, creating opportunities for children, especially in areas of education, guidance and healthcare.

The soft Spoken lady is nominated for the 2019 Indigenous Women Awards holding at Merit House, Maitama Abuja on the 30th Of March. As dignity and noble seminar of humanity, highly irrepressible and unconquerable when it's to assisting and empowering the less privileged. 

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