In a time of uncertainty, the culture of avaritia amongst citizens banishes philanthropic gestures to acts of a distant memory, leaving the downtrodden with very faint hopes of assistance. However, there appears to be a glimpse of hope out of a dismally bleak situation.
Across Isokoland, though richly endowed with massive mineral deposits, is paradoxically laced with poverty, and its inhabitants were in dire need of a pillar of support until the emergence of Engineer Daniel Omoyibo, who is fondly called Danmotech, a philanthropist per excellence who has taken it upon himself to stamp out the
a wave of despair in the land.
The 53 -year -old is a business magnate with a conglomerate whose companies continue to be a model for indigenous brands in the oil and gas field through its deployment of cutting-edge technology to change the narrative and generate employment opportunities for the teeming youths.
His Foundation, Danmotech Foundation for the Less Privileged is a paragon initiative to demonstrate the ideals of selfless service to humankind by enrolling over a thousand disadvantaged students who may have missed out on WAEC examinations. Furthermore, market women are not left out with the doling out of palliative sums to the tune of N100,000 Naira to cushion the effects of staggering inflation, frustrating small businesses to a close.
Even as the festive approaches, he has distributed bags of rice to hundreds of households to ensure that the joy of Christmas is not lost to a lack of common essential edibles necessary for the celebrations.
Similarly, cash tokens have constantly been handed to an endless stream of visitors who throng his mansion to felicitate with him during this auspicious celebration of the birth of Christ, our Redeemer.
Engineer Daniel Omoyibo continues to outdo himself and has left many naysayers perplexed as they fruitlessly await the end of these charitable gestures.
Although he is not the only illustrious son in the whole of Isokoland, he exemplifies one with a big heart and is the most cheerful person throughout the land. It buttresses this claim: “Those who are the happiest are those who do the most for others “.