Babcock Varsity Visits Ailing Journalist

The management of renowned institution of higher learning, Babcock University has visited ailing Journalist Mr. Austin Fair Nwaulu who has been down with partial stroke.

According to Mr. Joshua Suleiman, Corporate Affairs Manager, Babcock University who conducted the visit, it was part of the school’s social responsibility.

He said: “Babcock University was built on three  cardinal philosophies which are to train people intellectually, spiritually and physically. We are passionate about the total wellbeing of people. We believe that an intellectually, spiritually and physically sound individual is a complete human being.”

He stated that when they heard of Mr. Nwaulu’s condition, they felt the need to do something as part of their corporate social responsibility.
“The management, staff and students of Bacbcock University wish Mr. Nwaulu a speedy recovery.”

 He added that Mr. Nwaulu has distinguished himself in the Journalism  profession and with a cordial relationship with journalists, they  felt concerned.

He hinted that some Journalists are currently enjoying the university’s scholarship and said that they all wish Austin Fair a speedy recovery and expect him back to the beat.
In his response, Mr. Nwaulu thanked the University for the kind gesture and prayed God to bless, provide for and protect the entire staff and management.

Mr. Suleiman later presented a cheque of N200,000 on behalf of Babcock university to assist the ailing Journalist.
Meanwhile, Mr. Nwaulu is still appealing to public spirited individuals for assistance to enable him settle backlog of medical bills.
His account number is 0038475459 Diamond bank.

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