Popular fuji musician, philanthropist and socialite, Sulaimon Alao Adekunle aka Alayeluwa, has once again stretched a helping hand to Nigerians living with disabilities with the donation of household equipment, food items and other materials to the Focus on Disabilities Foundation home to further ease their adaptation in the society.
Alayeluwa, who made the donations to commemorate his golden jubilee celebration, confessed that it is his nature to give, adding that it is the only way to make the creator happy with any individual.
Among the items donated are 50 boxes of noodles, five bags of rice, one Thermocool Petrol powered generator, 100 litres of Groundnut oil, five mouka foams, Boxes of biscuits and other toiletries.
Making the donations, Alayeluwa praised the founders of the home for doing their foresight and hailed all the achievements made so far. He also identified with the children, encouraging them to work for the best of the future.
“Giving is a virtue that God expects all of us to have, and I appreciate the founders of this home for a job well done. It behoves on me to celebrate my landmark birthday of 50 with these wonderful children, and I hope you will accept my token of kindness, and join me in thanking God,” Alayeluwa said.
Responding, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Home, Mr. Enilari Abiodun Paseda, thanked the musician and wish him more glorious years in view on behalf of the management and inmates. He also lavished appreciation on Yeyeluwa Rasheedat Omobola Lastampa Seera, for her efforts in facilitating the visit.
“Thank you sir for the gifts. Thank you for considering our home and the children, and may the good Lord continue to bless you and grant you many more years, Happy birthday,” Paseda reeled.
Born February 15, 1973, Alayeluwa has been in the music scene since childhood when he started playing popularly known by playing and performing music in a qur’anic school in the Agege of Lagos. His efforts in the world of philanthropism has really elevated him to the world of humanity, and he is not ready to quit yet.