We are Platinum Intervention. We keep our word. Even when
1) The project costs way above estimated budget and realised funds
2) Our team member had an accident on his way to deliver Saidu Ali’s motorcycle on his way to Nyanya from Kaduna. He sustained personal injuries but the motorcycle was unaffected. Please keep him in your prayers.
So far, we have ramped up an entire school to aid accessibility for students with disabilities. We also empowered a physically challenged person student with a better mobility aid.
When I left for Government Secondary School, Nyanya on the morning of March the 29th, I had no idea it was going to be such a full blown affair with dignitaries in attendance. The school authorities and the Universal Basic Education Board of the Federal Capital Territory honoured us with an appreciation ceremony while reiterating their promise to do better for students with disabilities in public schools.
Saidu himself and his family are full of appreciation to everyone of you who donated towards acquiring this customised motorcycle to aid his mobility and improve his academic performance.
Once again, I want to thank all the wonderful people who donated to this cause. For fear that you might not want a public display of your identities, I won’t mention your names. For what you have done to empower Saidu Ali, may you never lack anything good in your lives. Thank you so much!!!