Ayangbayi Comfort Homes Foundation embark on a feeding outreach

Ayangbayi Comfort Homes Foundation embark on a feeding outreach

It is no longer a news that Ayangbayi Comfort Homes Foundation is known to have initiated several philanthropic and humanitarian projects in Nigeria, with the hope of spreading it across international boundaries in future time.

The Ayangbayi Comfort Homes is a noble nongovernmental agency conveyed by the Ayangbayi family. On the 30th of May 2020, the organization held an outreach in Ajegunle Lagos, where they fed 200 families to support them during this lockdown period.

Through the help of the Taiyese of Aiyetoro Chief Itive Ajegunle 2, Ayangbayi Comfort Homes were able to reach out to the community. The publicists of the outreach project on behalf of Today’s News reports that the outreach was massive as a lot of families benefited from it.

The people of Ajegunle community were grateful as the high chiefs thanked the foundation saying that it was a rare gesture, as they wished the foundation more success in all their endeavors.

According to the Comfort Homes Director Ayangbayi Oluseyi, during his speech said the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)-induced lockdown order hit a lot of Nigerians hard and things might likely not get better in a few months from now. According to him, part of the Ayangbayi Comfort Homes Foundation responsibility in times like this is to rise and support the indigent. He explained that to mitigate and reduce hardship they decided to embark on a feeding outreach.

The director went further to appreciate the following people for their donations and supports in making the outreach a success; Oluwaseyi Ajayi, Pastor Oluyemi(Wordlife DXB), Mr Sarath, Mr Qazeem Ajao, Babajide Cole. “To all the volunteers of Ayangbayi Comfort Homes Foundation, May God continue to bless you,” he said.

Not leaving behind the fact that the outreach was a 4 part outreach which took place both in Lagos and in the following places; Ibadan Home for the Motherless, Oyo state, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic hospital Osogbo and USAFA bill Clayton village Abuja. Palliatives were distributed to the above-mentioned places on behalf of Ayangbayi Comfort Homes Foundation.

Written by
Iberuche Maryann

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