United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, Olakunle Churchill was in Ondo State recently for his humanitarian projects. He was received by Governor Olusegun Mimiko who commended him for his charity projects.
Churchhill’s humanitarian projects for the state started March 9 and were wrapped up on March 11 with visits to various places within the state, including Mimshach School where he gave scholarships to some students, Christ Orphanage Homes, Mother and Child Hospital and Grace Orphanage Homes among others.
Ondo, where Churchhill’s mother hailed from has indeed felt the impact of the UN goodwill ambassador’s benevolence as he has continued to touch many lives. Indeed, humanitarian service is a major area of interest of BIG CHURCH GROUP owned by Churchhill. The UN goodwill ambassador in partnership with the Tonto Dikeh Foundation is working together to identify the most crucial needs of humanity and support them in humanitarian efforts that transform lives of people around the world. Their partners are also key in addressing humanitarian needs in several places.