Prince Dr. Onyeka Eze, the founder of Prince Osisioma Foundation, celebrates his birthday today, January 9, 2019.
In a statement from the foundation, Dr. Onyeka Eze is dedicating this year’s birthday to motherless babies.
In his message, Dr. Onyeka Eze stated;
“I express gratitude to God Almighty for the grace I have enjoyed over the years. I also extend words of appreciation to a dignified personality in Anambra state, a man I call my mentor and a father, Prince Engr. Arthur Eze, thanking God for his life.”
Prince Osisioma Foundation established in 2013, has carried out several life changing projects on education, social change and empowerment.His divine antecedents over the years has placed him in the spotlight of worldwide philanthropy.
The foundation is aimed at achieving these three (3) key mandates:
Empowerment through Sports
The educational empowerment of Prince Osisioma Foundation is aimed at empowering the less privileged such as orphans, internally displaced peoples etc.
They have successfully sent back to school over 1000 students in various levels of education.
Through their scholarship scheme, the foundation has over 110 students on scholarship in various tertiary institutions cut across the nation.
By the end of 2027, the foundation has the goal to have awarded scholarships to over 25,00 students in Nigeria and abroad through our “BUILD A LEADER” project.
One of the recent projects Prince Osisioma Foundation carried out is the engagement of medical doctors to conduct free medical checkup and diagnosis for residents of Ukpo community in Anambra State.
The initiative was carried out in collaboration with Nigeria Medical Laboratory Science Association at Ukpo on the 29th of December, 2018 with a massive turnout of residents of the community.
The free medical checkup and diagnosis was followed by immediate treatment and free medications for those suffering from one health challenge or the other.
Prince Osisioma Foundation also recently visited the Kutara Tataradna, IDP Camp, Karu LGA, Nasarawa.
The IDP camp in Masaka which houses over 500 people is about an hour drive off the major express way in Nasarawa state.
The displaced persons at the camp were gifted with many household materials ranging from food stuffs, bedding materials, toiletries etc.