There is no perfect time to achieve anything, whatever you deem fit to do should be done without procrastinating.
The truth is, at the time when you are conceiving the idea, you might not even have the needed resources to carry out your intentions but be assured that once you have birthed the idea and you are determined to carry it through, things fall in place for you.
Mr. John, a visually impaired man who became blind as a result of glaucoma for 8 years. When he was diagnosed with the infection, he was advised to take medications but he was carried away by the spiritual activities of his local church that believed in making declarations to avert evil.
The young man after he became blind took to drinking and smoking for 3 years. At the moment, he is the President of the Johnan Eye Foundation and has been creating awareness on glaucoma and its effect in schools and communities.
The Ordinary President because of him launched a 30 minutes program that’ll center on the eye, the disease, and its prevention. The program will have in attendance an ophthalmologist and will be anchored by Mr. John.
The program was instantly approved by the Content Consultant who saw it as an opportunity to create solutions in this area.
Mr. Toryem Edward Uzeh said his son was a flying officer with the Nigerian Airways in 2015. He was in Russia for a while where he undertook a course, at his return, he was posted to Sambisa Forest to combat Boko Haram.
His father described him as a gallant soldier; one who fought and died gallantly. The Nigerian Army and Nigerian Air Force condoles the family for the loss and described him as a great soldier who fought for his Nation.
The family was treated well during their trial period and was taken to where he was buried. The former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu and Air Marshal Sadiq Abubakar promised that the family will be given a house in the memory of his son in Abuja and five years down the line, nothing has been shown.
Air Commander Oladeja was supposed to pursue the case, he also called the deceased’s father and promised to help but nothing came out of it.
The complainant said he had been in Abuja several times but he was not granted access to see the current Chief of air staff. The late Flying officer Duke Linus Toryem died at age 26.
A lady named Rakia Augustine came with her child who was diagnosed with kidney problems and is currently scheduled for dialysis.
The mother said, she noticed her child started swelling up and they took him to the Specialist Hospital in Gwagwalada where he was checked and confirmed to have a kidney infection.
She came because of a lack of funds to commence treatment. The Ordinary President in his good manner gave her some money to pay for the first treatment.