Yola was agog, on December 24, 2021 as young philanthropist and business mogul, Dr. Emmanuel Nachamada Musa, the President of EMNAMU FOUNDATION arrived Yola to kick start activities marking his birthday which also coincided with Christmas festivity.
The philanthropist was received by a mammoth crowd, of friends, associates well wishers and staff of Emnamu Foundation at the Yola international airport before proceeding to his hometown, Kala’a in Hong local government.
The residents of Yola and its environs witnessed a rare traffic logjam as more than three hundred vehicles queued in loyalty and solidarity to the philanthropist.
From the airport, Dr. Emmanuel Musa proceeded directly to the specialist hospital, Yola, where he settled the medical bills of many indigent patients.
The philanthropist proceeded to Yola orphanage home and donated assorted food items, toiletries and other items to the center.
Dr. Emmanuel Mus charged the management to use the items donated justly to encourage him to do more. He expressed optimism that the children at the center would one day take over philanthropic work from his likes as he prayed God to shower his bounties upon them.
The management received him with great joy, adding that this is the second time he visits the center this year alone, the first was on the 14th February. She enjoined other well meaning citizens to emulate Dr. Emmanuel, as that is the only way the center can thrive.
Dr. Emmanuel amidst thousands of the Emnamu Foundation volunteers, headed to Yola, for a Correctional center visitation where he freed thirty inmates and settled their fines and gave them transportation fare to reunite with their families and communities to celebrate Christmas.
The Controler of correctional services, Adamawa command represented by assistant Controler, Kaigama thanked Dr. Emmanuel for the thoughtful action. He said, such kind gesture is not only beneficial to the freed inmates, but also to the rest of the inmates in the correctional centers and the government.
Dr. Emmanuel, in his remarks, charged the freed inmates to make atonement from their former ways that made them incarcerated. He encouraged them to be of good conduct and character, so that the community can repose confidence on them once again. He donated electrical sewing machines, manual sewing machines, welding machines, cutting machines and netting and other vocational equipments to the centers to enable them train the remaining inmates for self reliance as, enshrined in the correctional service edict.
On his way home amidst thousands of the volunteers, he stopped over at cottage hospital, Song, where he donated assorted medical equipments and drugs to the patients. He interacted with the volunteers on Song and later paid an unscheduled visit to the district of song, where he was well received by the district head and the traditional council.
He proceeded to his hometown Kala’a, where people thronged to recieve him, chanting all sorts of songs of praises, eulogizing him for his unparalleled contributions to the development of the community and the people.