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WHAT WE DO


WE SUPPORT THE PHYSICAL CHALLENGED

Barrister Sam Otoboeze Foundation (BSOF) in partnership with Northern Youths Council of Nigeria (NYCN) and Kaduna line has donated artificial limbs for 10 persons from Kaduna. The beneficiaries who will be in Port Harcourt, Rivers State from 11-13 November, 2020 will return to Kaduna with their artificial limbs on the 14th of November, 2020 courtesy of BSOF and partners. Speaking on the gesture while briefing the beneficiaries preparatory to their take off, Agbenu Erica Okibe, organisational manager in Nigeria BSOF, disclosed that the foundation has been in existence for over 10 years and has continued to help the helpless under their motto; “Hope for the Hopeless.” She said the gesture is to help in making the beneficiaries’ movements better and to be more useful to themselves, their families and society at large.

THE FOCUS OF THE FOUNDATION AND FUTURE PLANS

Barr. Sam. Otoboeze Foundation is focused on youths’ empowerment through education, technical skills development, job opportunity links through social networking, talent hunting and development etc.The foundation is particularly interested in serving as God’s instrument to touch the lives of the needy within and outside the Foundation’s environment

EDUCATION

  • Continue to support quality education especially in public schools
  • Take positive interventionist steps, including scholarships award to revive the Ochima Community Primary school which is currently suffering from mass exodus of school children..

TALENT HUNTING AND DEVELOPMENT

  • Continue to pursue the course of identifying and training of talented youths in various areas of sports.
  • Currently, 3 talented footballers (boys) and 1 sprinter (girl) are ready for testing and training in the next couple of days.
Produced two consecutive times highest medals award winner for Enugu State, in the Nigeria Annual Sport Festivals; and an International Gold Medalist

NUTRITION AND CLEAN WATER

  • Before now, Members of the Community travel several miles before they can drinkable water. In some cases, they end up not getting clean water as animals (headers) would have polluted the water. And even when they are able to get water, it was impure, dirty and dangerously contaminated.
  • Girls were being raped on their way to the stream and life was generally hard for the villagers.
  • BSOF dug a borehole which members of the community now use. The borehole is currently being extended to reach other parts of the community.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

  • House under construction on Project
  • Water project
  • Rural electrification
Barr. Samuel C. Otoboeze, CPP
Bsof president
PROF. BENJAMIN, I. ISIFE,
PhD(UNN) - (member, board of trustee)
Barr. G. O. Okafor, OON, SAN, KSJ
(member, board of trustee)
HRH Igwe Christain Eze (Ezeoha I of Idoha)
(member, board of trustee)
Rev. Fr. (Dr). Eva Chuma Nnamene
(member, board of trustee)
Prof. Ngozi Ejionueme
(member, board of trustee)