In Ondo State, a renowned international organization, known as Churchill Foundation and Founded by Dr. Churchill Oladunni Olakunle, a reputable Philanthropist and Enterpreneur, has commenced the payment of hospital bills for victims of the recently held EndSARS protest in Ondo state and across Nigeria.
State Press Reporter gathered that, Churchill Foundation has few days ago commenced the identification, treatment and rehabilitation of victims who secured fatal injuries and even loss of life during the protest held in Ondo state and other cities across Nigeria. In a statement by an Ondo State Youth Association, they confirmed the significant supports which Dr. Olakunle Churchill and his Foundation have contributed, especially in hospital bill payments for injured and brutalized victims.
While speaking with the Chairman of Big Church Foundation, Dr. Churchill who has not been in the country, expressed displeasure at the displaced developments that trailed the peaceful protest, with regards to the massive assault and brutality of youths who were engaged in the protest. He however stated that his organization is fully committed to youth development, and would remain unequivocally mandated in throwing its weight behind the plights of youths in Nigeria.
Dr. Churchill however used the medium to call on the Nigeria armed forces, especially the Nigeria Police, to continue to preserve the interest of Nigerian Citizens, as it would help to improve citizen’s confidence in the force. He also stated that it was obvious that the youths of our nation are unhappy about the incessant killings, hardship and oppression, which led to the protest that have now claimed several lives, properties and even jobs.
However, Beneficiaries of the interventional support by Churchill Foundation in the ongoing “hospital bill payment and Support” for victims of EndSARS Protest in Ondo state who spoke with StatePress Reporter expressed appreciation to Churchill Foundation. They had also thanked him for his extensive humanitarian and charity gestures for youths, children, women and also the aged population.