The MOK Foundation is delighted to announce the extension of our small business support scheme to Fulani women in Offa Local Government. In a recent initiative, we provided grants aimed at empowering communities in need, reaching out to over 15 Fulani communities, including Gaa Tipa, Gaa Awere, Gaa Amunyo, Gaa Olomi Funfun, Gaa Gbosun, Gaa Oloola, Gaa Olorundare, Gaa Tutu, Gaa Igba, Gaa Ogbodoroko, Gaa Amototo, Gaa Jangbo, Gaa Maselu, Gaa Olowosoke, and Gaa Atari.
Similar successful initiatives have been carried out in supporting Fulani groups in Oyun Local Government. As emphasized by our founder, QS Muideen Okunlola Kayode, the MOK Foundation is committed to providing aid for the betterment of all peoples across Nigeria, irrespective of tribe or religion. Our humanitarian efforts focus on community empowerment, with a primary goal of alleviating poverty through grants and training.
Addressing the Fulani women of Offa, our representatives emphasized that these funds are intended for them to manage and recycle locally, fostering sustainable economic development from within. Alhaji Tunde Salahudeen declared our persistent commitment to uplifting disadvantaged communities countrywide through entrepreneurship.
The Fulani women expressed deep appreciation and blessings for this rare support during difficult times. The MOK Foundation intends to continue impactful community empowerment initiatives across Nigeria.
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