- Adepeju Olukokun, a philanthropist, has helped the homeless and the less privileged
- He was seen giving them food and money on the streets
- The philanthropist was also seen sharing food with men and women who were deported from Libya
Popular Nigerian Good Samaritan Adepeju Olukokun is in the news again after he was seen sharing food and money with the homeless and less privileged.
The man who is the founder of a non-governmental organization known as Kokun Foundation is popular for his humanitarian.
He was spotted putting a smile on faces of homeless people and the less privileged. The philanthropist was seen handing out packs of food and cash on the streets.
Briefly.co.za learned from a post shared on Instagram, that Olukokun was also spotted working with members of his team to share food with men and women deported from Libya.
He wrote: “t's Beautiful Tuesday evening and am Grateful again to be part of this 3rd time providing 400 pack of Food for the migrant tonight, our brothers, sisters and kids coming from Libya this night! They must eat Good meal when they land! Kokun Foundation #Ending Hunger.”
Recently, Nigerians were deported from Libya after the news broke that Africans were being sold for slavery in the country.
Some Nigerians who fled home for greener pastures were caught on their way to Europe and sold into slavery in Libya. On hearing the news, the federal government ordered the deportation of Nigerians held in the slave camps.
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