Renowned Nigerian philanthropist, Founder and President of Prince Osisioma Foundation, Prince Dr Onyeka Nnadozie Eze (Osisioma Gburugburu) is plus one today, 9th January 2020.
Please join me in wishing him a wonderful celebration.
Prince Onyeka Eze (Osisioma Gburugburu), a happily married father of four children (two sets of twins), hails from Ukpo, in Dunukofia LGA, Anambra State, Awka.
Back in 2019, he made national headlines when, through his innovative non-governmental institution Prince Osisioma Foundation, he made sustainable impact on humanity by renovating prison cells for inmates at the Awambia Prisons in Anambra State and empowered them with money, food, skills and trainings.
He also has, on many occasions, made countless donations to motherless babies, orphanage homes across Nigeria to share gifts, relief materials and donations that will further promote humanity in Nigeria.
December 2019, he distributed 500 bags of rice to widows in Nigeria.
He also has over 500 students on scholarships in various tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
Prince Dr Onyeka Nnadozie Eze is a devoted and committed humanitarian, who has several projects to alleviate suffering and further promote the value of human lives through skills acquisition and empowerment in Nigeria.
He founded his foundation, Osisioma Foundation, which today serves as a platform for youth empowerment, education, harnessing talents while “promoting self-reliance and self-fulfillment as well as reduction of unemployment in the society in 2015.
When he was asked during an interview what his aims and objectives for setting up Osisioma foundation were, Prince Onyeka Eze replied:
We wish to lend a helping hand to the less privileged and also create youth Empowerment.
Friends and well wishers have sent countless congratulatory messages to Dr. Eze, stating his several life changing projects on education, social change and empowerment.
Here are beautiful photos of Prince Onyeka, his wife and their kids.
We celebrate you today, Prince Dr Onyeka Nnadozie Eze (Osisioma Gburugburu).
Happy, happy birthday!!!