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Reach out to those in need, adopt many children as possible”, Kefiano rallies elites on 15th philanthropy anniversary

Written by on December 29, 2023

As part of his contributions to building a society guaranteed a secure future, Politician and Philanthropist, Kefas Ropshik has urged the elite and the political class to be intentional about the welfare of those within the margins in society.

At an outreach in Jos yesterday, 28th December 2023, Mr. Ropshik who celebrated both his birthday and 15th year anniversary in philanthropy and humanitarianism distributed food and other critical items worth millions of Naira to widows and children.

Chief Kefas Ropshik Wungak receiving an award from Medical Students association

Speaking about his sojourn of touching lives so far, he said “I thank God for the enablement to do this despite the challenges through the years, it is not easy to do what we’re doing consistently but here we are by the grace of God.

“Adopting children that are not related to you directly by blood comes with its down sides because they have their uniqueness.

“We are appreciative of the fact that despite all these, they’re doing well, including academically.”

He goes further to urge capable citizens to take the challenge of adopting children in order to guarantee a better future for society, pointing that failure to do so can attract consequences.

“I want to urge well to do persons in Plateau State to please adopt at least a child because vulnerable children, once they grow will only give back to the society what the society has given to them, and God forbid that we end up becoming insecure because of how they’re neglected in years to come.”

Hon. Speaker House of Representatives, Gabriel Dewan present at the event

The business magnet announced the purchase of a brand new house in Jos for his adopted children who were hitherto, living at a rented apartment as well as a bus for ease of transportation.

Over four hundred bags of rice and many more items were given to women who are largely widows to celebrate the festive season.

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