Nigerian Philanthropist Pays Off People’s Medical Bills At LUTH
Adepeju Olukokun is only another average Nigerian who decided that he had had enough with the government’s system of willful neglect and disappointment and was intent on doing something about it. Olukokun had experienced hardship first hand, growing up in a polygamous family where sustenance was hard, hawking on the street for the better part of 15 years. The things he was exposed to growing up inspired him to do his part to make sure he could prevent other people having to suffer through the same. This led to what is known today as Kokun Foundation.
They started by funding with money from their own pockets, but it didn’t take too long for the team to earn recognition for their work winning a True Heroes award, as their operation began to expand to IDP camps, and prisons. They started to gain a following on social media, and with it, voluntary donations from well-meaning Nigerians.
His Latest Philantropist work was at Lagos State teaching hospital (LUTH) where he paid off peoples bill’s
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