Young billionaire and CEO of Big Church Foundation, Dr. Olakunle Churchill, recently visited the University of Abuja Senate, and offered several low income students Scholarships as part of the foundation’s nationwide charity network.
Big Church Foundation, which is one of Nigeria’s famously emerging Non Governmental organisations, offered the students scholarship opportunities to complete their studies in the school without paying any fees or purchasing writing materials.
The beneficiaries Lekun Segun, Adediran Victoria Opeyemi, Bankole Ayomide Olawale and few others who were present were excited to receive the certificate of scholarship Courtesy of Big Church Foundation.
The group was received by Engr. Dr. Ishaku Musa, the director of Academic Planning of the institution on behalf of the Senate. Dr. Musa thanked them for their benevolent spirit and extending helping hands to those students who are from poor backgrounds or unable to afford the increasing school fees across the country with regards to the present economic situation.
He also appreciated the foundation’s desire to renovate some school hostels and some classrooms for lectures in the permanent and temporary sites.
Big Church Foundation’s Scholarship scheme is one of the NGO’s projects which had extended such charity gestures to Primary Schools and Secondary Schools in Abuja, Anambra, Benue, Bauchi states.
The Foundation whose boss is Dr. Olakunle Churchill, husband to popular Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has been in the news lately with its four days Walk For Love Charity project with the physically challenged which attracted high-profile celebrities in Abuja, from 12th to 13th of January.
The Big Church Foundation is an independent organization that is focused on alleviating poverty and lending assistance to the needy. Their main focus is to help the needy, especially orphaned children and nursing mothers.
They also make it possible for local organizations to access the funding, tools, training, and support they need to become more effective and make our world a better place.