AkModel CEO has extended a hand of support to an accident victim, Adesanya Olajide.
Jameela News reports that the Managing Director of AkModel Homes and Properties, Bldr. Abdulhakeem Odegade, an entrepreneur, top-notch in the Real Estate Industry, and a philanthropist has never been found wanting in the area of helping the less privileged.
This online news platform understands that this act of kindness was shown on Wednesday when he came from the Island to the mainland to Chygor-Cole Specialist Hospitals, at Agbe Road, by Abule Egba to show his act of love, encouragement, and support to a 17-year-old boy who was involved in an accident.
Newsone Nigeria reports that Adesanya Olajide was knocked down by a transporter driving one way, and this affected his Spinal cord and turned the shoe cobbler apprentice paralysed.
This case was announced on the Jordan FM 105.5 Radio Station (a Nigerian Healthcare Awards (NHEA) 2021 nominee for ‘Best Broadcast’ Category on Radio program) on a Program Titled: *TIME OUT WITH DR.BONE.*
Dr Chigozie Ezeh stated that the foundation arm of the hospital had to bear greater expenses of Olajide Adesanya’s bills when the truck driver and the truck owner abandoned him after the surgery.
He also mentioned that Adesanya still needs the Sum of N1,150,000 naira (One Million, One Hundred And Fifty Thousand Naira Only) to cover his remaining medical treatment.
Mr Olajide, Adesanya’s father who is a transporter said that he has not been able to go to his regular work ever since the accident happened.
Bldr. Abdulhakeem Odegade sympathized with the young man and his family, encouraging him also with the words that “a disability is not the end of life.”
AkModel CEO presented Adesanya with a wheelchair and some food items.
He also pledged that AKMODEL GROUP will support him with the tools to continue his cobbler apprenticeship/business after receiving the proper treatment and is healthier.
Therefore, this is another opportunity and a clarion call for Nigerians to show their act of kindness, encouragement and support towards Adesanya Olajide in order for him to receive and complete his treatment.
For further enquires and support call Adesanya on 0810 396 0141 ( Father of the victim) and
Dr. Chigozie Ezeh on 08061527292.