…As MARAN president, others bags humanitarian award in Lagos
By Esther Onyegbula
Clifford Kidney Foundation International has called well meaning Nigerians, partners and sponsors from both the private and public sectors to help save lives of people going through kidney challenges.
The Executive Director and founder of the organization, Save Nigerians with kidney challenges the Foundation, Prophet Clifford Umeh made the call on Sunday during an award presentation to Eze Chimelu, Eze ndi Igbo of Badagry, Eze Steve Sunday Etolue, Mr Godfrey Bivbiere, the President, Maritime Reporters Association of Nigeria (MARAN) and others on Sunday, 24th of September at Badagry, Lagos State.
Speaking at the healthcare awareness campaign, Prophet Umeh also encouraged Nigerians to imbibe healthy lifestyles that will protect and keep their vital organs functional.
On the award, Prophet Umeh noted,”we want the public to know these individuals who have made so much impact within their community in particular and Nigeria in general.”
Explaining further, he said: “Mr Bivbiere was chosen because of his contribution to giving back to society, adding, “his passion, vision and personal commitment to the wellbeing of humanity keys into the visions and mission of the foundation.”
The highlight of the event was the free medical screening and healthcare awareness campaign.
Clifford Kidney foundation is all about vital human organs. The organisation ensures that those who have a kidney problem have quality healthcare, and surgery through providing financial support for their treatment.
Picture: Maran President, Godfrey Bivbiere (in blue) receiving humanitarian award from the Foundation during the event.