By: Joy Enamuna
A group, Clifford Kidney Foundation International, a non-governmental organisation based in Badagry has nominated Mr Godfrey Bivbiere, the President, Maritime Reporters Association (MARAN) for an award for his contribution to saving lives.
Prophet Clifford Umeh, Executive Director/Founder of the Organisation told the media that Mr Bivbiere was chosen because of his contribution in giving back to the society, adding, “his passion, vision and personal commitment to the wellbeing of humanity keys into the visions and mission of the foundation. “
Another personality who will be recognized on that day is Eze Chimelu, Eze ndi Igbo of Badagry, Eze Steve Sunday Etolue “who for the number of years he had been on the throne has done so much to promote the wellbeing of the community and the indigenes even as this also keys into the foundation’s mission and vision.”
According to Prophet Umeh, who is also the General Overseer, Divine Helper Deliverance Ministry, Okoafo, Badagry, “They will be given the ‘Kidney Foundation Ambassador of Clifford Kidney Foundation’, at the upcoming Badagry Healthcare Awareness Outreach 2023, holding on Sunday, September 24 at the Badagry town.
“The purpose of the healthcare awareness campaign billed to take place at Badagry town is broad. We want the public to keep a date with us on that day because, there will be health talk/lecture conducted by health experts.
There will be free medical screening and it’s like a double barrel event with the investiture of notable personalities.
“We want the public to know these individuals who have made so much impact within their community in particular and Nigeria in general, “ The Clifford Foundation Founder said.
Clifford Kidney Foundation International is a non-governmental organisation with interest in healthcare, human development and special focus on treatment of kidney disease patients and advocacy.