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Monday, 12 June 2017

Nigerians Did It!!!

This fund was set up to help the widow and children of Sergeant Chukwudi Iboko, a brave Nigerian policeman who fought valiantly against a gang of arm robbers at the Owerri Zenith Bank Branch before he succumbed to his injuries....


54 comments:

  1. Eyah, thank God o. I hope it will be used for the purpose it was raised for.

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    1. Indeed, no amount is too small when we give wholeheartedly.

      This is a typical example of the popular saying that little drops of water makes an ocean.

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    2. Thank you Kayode Ogundamisi and his team. And thank you to all who gave. May God reward you guys gtreatly.

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    3. We thank God. But why dollars? Na abroad people donate? Why not in naira?im confused

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    4. We thank God. But why dollars? Na abroad people donate? Why not in naira?im confused

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    5. Now this is what one nigeria looks, we can always do it

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    6. I am so touched and I can't help the tears. May God reward you all for this. Please we should forget all these tribal hatreds and maintain the only country we know. When push comes to shove, I know our people will always respond. Thank you my brother Kayode.

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  2. Nigerians are kind and good people.

    Good people, great nation.

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  3. Wow..!! BreathtakingπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. I have not contributed, but my prayers are with them


      Thank you Lord for helping this helpless family


      God bless all the givers




      @Galore

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    2. Nobody is expecting you to contribute, church rat elejowewe.

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  5. Wow wow wow. Nigerians are just too good. Even in this hardship. My heart is just like butter now. God bless good hearted Nigerians and Nigeria

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  6. Zenith bank and the NPF should be ashamed of themselves.. heartless bunch of souls..God bless Nigerians plenty plenty..

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    1. Heartless souls , i donated the little i could. R.I.P to the hero

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    2. Who ask you?

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    3. @ Castro...self-righteous fool

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    4. Anonymous 22:16...how many cents abi kobo did you contribute? Pot calling kettle black

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  7. Nigeria, Good people, Great nation!

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  8. Yeah. That is a nice thing to witness. Not only in America, we can also do it. May God bless everyone who donates.

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    1. What has America got to do with this now? Whipping up unnecessary sentiments and comparisons

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  9. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
    God bless.

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  10. God bless everyone who took part in this. 😘😘😘😘

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  11. Wow, am amazed. Thank you Nigerians!

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  12. That good. God bless all the people that helped the widow & her children.





    God Bless Everyone.

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  13. I said in the other post...
    Nigerians are good people! Pls..

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  14. Is it only me that thinks Zenith bank should have paid it all? Well done Nigerians, am touched

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  15. This is awesome. There are blessings in our togetherness as a nation.

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  16. They should help her set up a business pls. Otherwise the Umunna them could come for her.

    Besides, for someone who has not seen millions before, she may squander it.

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    1. A book I read a long time ago about the umunnas, terrible!

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    2. My dear u are not far from the truth.
      But I doubt it wil happen here because those handling the trust wil see to it that the money is used judiciously. Not even her can squander this money.


      May God be praised!

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  17. What's the account number pls

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  18. Nigerians always come through....

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  19. This where Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund should come in that is if Nigeria Police Force has been making 1% contribution for the guy while he was alive.

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    1. My dear..na so oh...d NPF May not hv been paying contributions so how can they cone for claims..NSITF paying claims till tomorrow..na de work way we de do

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  20. God bless you, Mr. Kayode Ogundamisi. God bless the kindhearted ppl of Nigeria. R.I.P to the hero. God be praised!!

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  21. Thank you Lord.πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  22. Father Lord, please bless every hand that gave and every heart that prayed for this family IJN, Amen.

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  23. God Bless everyone who as contributed.
    There is the third police officer shot in the eye who needs #2M for surgery,please let's remember him too.
    Shame to Nigerian police and Zenith bank coz this incident happened while answering their official duty call.

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  24. Woooo good one, may God bless all those that have contributed so far and those that will still contribute

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  25. wow...thank you to everyone that gave. surely, they shall be rewarded.

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  26. This is such a huge sum ofmoney! It's a pity he didn't make it, had it being he knew he would have guided his back but the deed has been done already, hmm it's well.
    May God give his family the grace to carry on. Meanwhile, may God bless all those who contributed this money, may they never lack.

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    1. No darling is not awhole lot of money! Is just 5. 3 million. Is that a whole lot to you?

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