US-based Medical Doctor, Daramola donates food items to Muslim communities in Ondo

April 25, 2021

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Dr Olumuyiwa Daramola has donated food items to the Muslim communities in Okitipupa/Irele Federal Constituency of Ondo State as Ramadan is being observed by the Muslim faithful across the world.

Starnews Nigeria reports that the United States-based Medical Doctor and the son of the former Minister of State, Niger Delta, Prof. Claudius Omoleye Daramola, donated the food items to five communities through Olumuyiwa Daramola Foundation.

The food items donated were bags of rice and beans which were taken to Islamic homes on Saturday by Tosin Ayejusunle on behalf of the US-based Philanthropist.

Beneficiary communities were Ode- Irele and Ajagba in Irele Local Government Area of Ondo State and Ode Aye, Ilutitun and Okitipupa town in Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State.

It could be recalled that Starnews Nigeria had reported on April 18, 2021, that Dr Daramola commenced the drilling of Borehole Water to four communities in Okitipupa/Irele Federal Constituency of Ondo State.

The four communities were Ode-Erinje, Ikoya, Ode-Aye and Ode Irele under Okitipupa/Irele Federal Constituency of Ondo State.

Read Also: US-based Medical Doctor begins drilling of boreholes for Ikale Communities

In a telephone interview with our correspondent on Sunday, Dr Daramola said it is necessary to support the Muslim on Ramadan.

According to him, “the beauty of a period like this is that every mouth that has gone dry in the day should have something to feed upon at the set of the sun.”

“Our Muslim brothers and sisters deserve our support as they observe Ramadan globally. We are one before our creator; I’ll keep doing the little I can in my capacity for the betterment of the masses”, he said.

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