Named in 2018 As The 11th Most Charitable Man On Earth.. Tony Elumelu's philanthropic pedigrees Uncovered .. ....He can save Kidney Infected Peace Isitua's Life
Save A Campaign
By Osagie Mike De Cerutt Osagie
( Africa's most outstanding Humanitarian Writer 2020)
There is this young 22 Years old Delta born student, Peace Isitua who is battling for her life and who badly needs help to the tune of #10 million to save her life via critical kidney Transplant
• Last night, World industry leaders magazine subsidiary platform, Cerutti Humanitarian unit spoke at length with the mother of the sick girl, in person of Mrs Eucharia Isitua, and she lamented that the situation is ' Red' critical and their savings has almost dried down
Knowing that most Nigerians are going through recession, we told her we will make appeal to few super rich Nigerians.. With heart of gold
Who are they? We present them today...with a click of hand they can save Isitua with just #10 M
#Tony Elumelu is one of them...a great philantropic mortal, this man is capable of saving Isitua once this message can reach him
* Enter Billionaire Elumelu's philanthropic pederee
Elumelu is one of Africa's greatest Philanthropist alive who has made several donations to charity both at home and abroad, little wonder, in 2018 ,he was named as the 11th Most Charitable Person in the World.
The list, which included other notable global figures, was collated by Richtopia, a UK digital magazine, covering business, economic and financial news.
Other notable figures who made the list included Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, J. K Rowling Oprah Winfrey and Elon Musk.
Aside his investments in the key sectors of the African economy including power, financial services, hospitality, oil & gas and healthcare, Tony Elumelu’s eponymous Foundation has been recognised as the leading philanthropy championing entrepreneurship in Africa. In 2015, Elumelu announced a USD100million commitment to identify, train and mentor 10,000 African entrepreneurs with the goal of creating millions of jobs and contributing millions more in revenue to the African economy.
Now in its Sixth year, the Tony Elumelu Foundation has empowered over 6.000 African entrepreneurs with seed capital of $5,000 each, mentorship and world-class training.
Most recently, the Foundation launched TEFConnect, a digital home to further scale its impact on the African economy and empower additional African entrepreneurs who have not been selected for the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme.
During the 2014 Ebola crisis, Tony Elumelu led global charitable efforts, donating US$100,000 from the Tony Elumelu Foundation to the three affected West African countries to combat the spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease.
In reaction to the devastating mudslide that killed hundreds of people in Sierra Leone, Tony Elumelu donated $500,000 to victims of the mudslide crisis in August 2017.
In 2018, he donated N500million to empower entrepreneurs in his home state, Delta State for further wealth creation, a move which was commended by the State’s Governor, HE Ifeanyi Okowa.
Elumelu’s philanthropy is in line with his philosophy, Africapitalism, which pushes for the private sector to play a key role in the economic development of Africa. Elumelu believes that the private sector holds the key to Africa’s transformation and has committed his wealth and personal time to change the narrative of the African continent through his business investment principles, philanthropy and active advocacy.
• Indeed ,Dr Elumelu can save Isitua today,but....
#Before then ,let's Collectively unite to help this young Girl be whole again
• She can bounce back; resume school & continue her good life if we all contribute our token before we approach few super rich class
• Let we on the rise today pay in our token to save her...
Name: Eucharia Isitua
Contact: 07030568306, 08148477324.
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" If we can't save 100 souls; let's save just 1"- Mother Theresa's passionate plea