The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Glory 2 Glory Supermart, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Deaconess Olusola Adewusi, has inaugurated a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) called “Anike Ololade Foundation” and has also celebrated vulnerable children and their caring mothers.
Adewusi said that she decided to be taking good care of physically challenged children because God instructed her to be doing so.
According to her, God is in Heaven doing all that pleases Him, and He has made everyone to be like Him, stressing that no one can judge Him or query Him on anything He has made, including the physically challenged.
Deaconess Adewusi explained that she started the programme since 2006 and till date she has never had any cause to regret her action, because the Lord has been blessing her tremendously.
“The voice of the Lord came to me and instructed me to go and purchase valuable things and share with the physically challenged pupils.
“Immediately, I bought the goods and went to Saint Philip’s Special Primary School, Iloro, Ile-Ife, distributed the goods to the pupils and they were all excited. The joy that filled my heart that day cannot be quantified.
“Since then, I have been going from one school to the other yearly marking the day for them while other schools have been calling me to come to them too,” she explained.
The philanthropist praised God for His faithfulness towards her, her family and business at large since she harkened to the voice of the Lord to do the needful, insisting that she has since been tremendously blessed.
Adewusi appealed to all parents, guardians and other stakeholders to do their best to assist the less privileged no matter how little the assistance might be.
She also encouraged the parents that have vulnerable children not to abandon them at home or poison them to avoid disgrace, but to summon the courage to show them love and adequate care, noting that the Lord that created them would surely make them fulfilled in life.