Minster Dare's Tour of Largesse continues as he showers Mother of departed AliJeje Ibrahim with gifts and puts her on monthly stipend | - Awareness Media Ng Minster Dare's Tour of Largesse continues as he showers Mother of departed AliJeje Ibrahim with gifts and puts her on monthly stipend 2020 - Awareness Media Ng
Minster Dare's Tour of Largesse continues as he showers Mother of departed AliJeje Ibrahim with gifts and puts her on monthly stipend

Minster Dare's Tour Of Largesse Continues As He Showers Mother Of Departed AliJeje Ibrahim With Gifts And Puts Her On Monthly Stipend

 The Minister of Youth and Sports Hon. Sunday Dare has continued to play Father Christmas and Saving Grace all rolled into one as he continues his fine gesture of paying visits to families of fallen sporting heroes across the country and helping them in their time of need.

 

 Yesterday in Jos, the Honorable Minister sent various food items and the sum of fifty thousand Naira to the mother of late former Nigeria International defender AliJeje Ibrahim.

 

 The cash and items were presented to Hajia Khadija Inuwa Ali on behalf of the Minister by an entourage that consisted of correspondent Yemi Kosoko, former Nigeria international footballers Sam Pam Jr, Salisu Nakande and Sani Adamu.

 

 The Minister further promised to pay the mother a monthly stipend to ease her challenges just as was done recently to the mothers of Rashidi Yekini, Samuel Okwaraji and just recently Sunday Bada.

 

Mrs Jeje expressed her delight that the gesture came at the right time during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

 

She shared:

 

“May God bless the Minister Mr Sunday Dare and the government for remembering me. That means my son did not labour in vain



Related: Caf Set To Make A Decision On The Fate Of Afcon 2021

. God will reward the Minister for his kindness,”


  AliJeje Ibrahim who played for the Mighty Jets and Abiola Babes captained Nigeria to win her first Under-20 African Championship in 1983 and also was captain when Nigeria played in her first FIFA tournament at the Under-20 World Championship in 1983.

He died on December 12th 2007 following a brief illness.





Post Comment