Jude Ngaji Splashes Milk Of Kindness On Ogoja

Ngaji, attending to one of the patients at the General Hospital, Ogoja

Ogoja, North of Cross River State stood still for some hours yesterday, January 6, 2018, as large crowds of people gathered to witness the Cross River State Security Adviser, Jude Ngaji, extend his milk of kindness to the General and Moniaya hospitals, Ogoja as well as the orphanage in the area. At the hospitals, several patients who were unable to foot their medical bills had reason to smile as Ngaji cleared their bills and further made cash available to them and other patients, with a promise that more will be done to help them get good medical attention.

A www.calitown.com source present at the occasion reported via text that “the crowd here is massive and I must say that we thought it was just going to be a quiet interaction with the patients, but as Jude made the presentations most patients called their relatives to come and help them thank Jude and before we could turn, there was a massive crowd in the General Hospital, Ogoja, the hospital at Moniaya and the orphanage.”

The large crowd that gathered as Ngaji visited the General Hospital, Ogoja

Ngaji who had a virtual interaction with www.calitown.com earlier today, informed that his decision to visit the hospitals and the orphanage was his little way of helping to put smiles on the faces of the patients, especially during this season of love. He maintained that “if God has blessed us, we should try to bless others around us, especially the sick. What I have just done is not a public show of anything, but is my simple way of glorifying God. All men and women of goodwill who give freely know that indeed, the hand of the giver is always on top. May God bless us all”, he concluded.

Widely rumoured to be eyeing the Northern Senatorial District seat in Nigeria’s Senate, Ngaji who has neither debunked nor accepted the rumour appears to be building and gaining political acceptance in the area.

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