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Leader Joe 1808 Foundation Visit Abuja Village For Free Medical Outreach And scholarship Scheme For Infants, Women, Others

A non profit organization "Leader Joe 1808 Foundation", which is mandated with the core values of  supporting education, healthcare, community development and reaching out to underprivileged persons, especially children in IDP camps, has continued to journey down the road of humanitarian impacts, with the undaunted vision to heal the world and make it a better place. The foundation recently visited Piba Kasa Village in Apo District, FCT for its Free Medical outreach and scholarship schemes for children, women, youths and adults.

The foundation was received by the district head of Piba Kasa Village, who helped in organizing his people to participate the free medical outreaches of Leader Joe 1808 Foundation. Leader Joe 1808 Foundation is working effortlessly in its devotion to strong and intense motives of warm affection, especially as a fundamental expression of the universal value of solidarity between people and a moral imperative. 
Beneficiaries of the healthcare outreach appreciated the Foundation. The district Head, High Chief Ayuba thanked the team for considering them for such a impact-initiative. Other persons expressed gratitude to the foundation. The foundation is concerned about the care and love received by children and mothers in communities under he scourge of terrorism, attacks, impoverishment and other socioeconomic defaults. Over the years, Leader Joe 1808 Foundation has been engaging in development and support initiative and programs for less privileged people in Nigeria. 

It has carried out several medical outreaches, in towns and suburbs across northern Nigeria, especially in the FCT. In a reaction from the founder and President, Hon. Leader Joseph Onus, a young vibrant politician noted that his organization was challenged at the developments and situations in most IDP camps in Nigeria. 
He stressed that it was worrisome that most the camps cannot access adequate medical attentions, as analysis have proven that camps may have become channels for unpatriotic Nigerians to extort monies and funding from government and philanthropic individuals as well as institutions.

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