July 2nd 2017, AyimabaCharity paid a visit to Alhaji Ahmed Grema’s farmland. The farmland has become a refuge for about 50-70 persons since the Boko haram terror. It shelters atleast 18 households and it has been in existence for approximately 3 years.
With Ayimaba being the first charity organisation to pay a visit to this community, they were delighted to hear from us. Ayimaba distributed 30 polythene bags which consisted of rice and beans. Each individual household received a bag.
May 25th 2017 Ayimaba Charity paid a visit to fariya camp. They were able to distribute millet, beans, plastic kettles, plastic cups, plastic spoons, plastic bowls, and incentives worth 500 each for 40 women to use in grinding the millet.
The women were most especially grateful especially Hadiza Ali whom kept raining praises on the members of Ayimaba & praying that they do get to come back again. The children were also excited to see Ayimaba & their enthusiasm is that which cannot simply be described in words.
Although this is coming as a late post Ayimaba charity visited Biafra camp on the 15th of May 2017. They distributed rice and beans to forty-eight exisiting house holds. There were in total forty-eight rooms and each room was able to hold a maximum number of four or five kids.
The people welcomed us with open arms most especially Mallam Bulama as he was in charge of the camp. The women were very excited and they kept raining praises at us. One of the women immediately began to cook the rice and beans as a way to show us how grateful & happy she was to see us around.
The member’s of Ayimaba Charity would like to wish the CEO of Ayimaba charity, Adam Bulama a happy birthday. You have been an elder brother and a friend to all of us for the past two years. You have earnestly worked with sincerity to make this world a better place and we all appreciate that. You have inspired alot of people with your actions and words and we hope you will continue to do so, you have been a father to the fatherless and a brother to the brotherless. Allah ya barka kuma Allah yaja ranka. Allah yaja zamanin Ayimaba kuma Allah ya baka sa’a. Allah ya taimake ka kuma ya karfafa maka.
In Dallori, ajilari cross, Borno state there is a band of hopeful but yet beautiful children. The CEO of Ayimaba Charity was at Dallori where he met an assembly of kid’s whom were lighthearted and inspirited. They were all hopeful for the future and the overall experience was a great one, they played games and had story sessions.
On April 30th 2017 Ayimaba Charity and Advocacy for Human Value Foundation paid a visit to the Maila IDP camp which is located in kawar Maila, Maiduguri, Borno State. It comprises of more than two hundred individuals which are mostly women and children. It has over one hundred rooms and lacks a lot of basic necessities. The women and some of the children have to rely on the money they make from selling groundnuts and alewan madara(local sweets)on the entrance to the camp to tend to their basic needs and necessities. Ayimaba Charity in participation with Advocacy for Human Value Foundation distributed clothes to some of the kids that live in the camps.
On March 26th 2017 Ayimaba members visited Lions Village Motherless Babies Home in Lekki Lagos. The home consists of three sections; Abandoned children, physically and sexually abused and then the destitute children. All the children present in the home are sponsored by People, organizations or schools. The home makes sure that all the children attend private schools during their stay in the home. Some of the children like those who were abused are present in the home by court orders so they can only be released by a court order. Abandoned children can however be adopted.
Ayimaba presented them with Milk, Milo and cornflakes. Ayimaba was not able to take pictures with any of the children because of their security policies.