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March 2, 2024
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People of Nagazi-uvete community in Adavi LGA, Kogi, celebrating the water facility provided for them by an NGO, Razley Foundation.

Foundation donates borehole to Kogi community

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By Stephen Adeleye

A 31-year-old Printer, Abdulrazaq Zubair, has successfully installed a new borehole in Nagazi-Uvete Community in Adavi Local Government Area of Kogi.

Zubair, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Razley Prints L.td., made the donation through his Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Razley Foundation.

The printer told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) after handing over the water facility on Wednesday in Okene that the borehole was to provide better life for the people of the community.

According to him, the newly-installed borehole is a crucial addition that now provides the community with access to clean and potable water.

He noted that the borehole was a fundamental necessity for a healthy and thriving community.

“Prior to the installation of the borehole, the community had replied on manually pumped water, exposing them to potential health risks.

“The introduction of this borehole is expected to make a significant difference in the well-being and health of the community, particularly benefiting those who previously struggled to find clean water,” Zubair said.

He urged Nigerians to continue to support the less-privileged, especially in this challenging times to improve their standard of living.

Zubair also stressed the need for private citizens to support and complement governments’ efforts to maintain peace and safety in the society.

He stated that Razley Foundation was driven by the vision of a committed entrepreneur and philanthropist specialising in high-level printing services.

“The foundation serves as a beacon of hope, dedicated to improving lives and uplifting communities.

“Our foundation is a testament to our commitment to compassion and our vision for positive change,” Zubair said.

One of the residents of the community, Aisha Salawu, expressed her appreciation for the young printer’s efforts to help the vulnerable in the society.

Another resident, David Yakubu, called on Nigerians to emulate the act of kindness shown by the donor. (NAN)(www.nannews.ng)

Edited by Abiemwense Moru/Christiana Fadare

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