Benefit Concert
100 Inspirational Stories
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The Designer’s Outlet
Philantropical Projects
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Kolawole Yusuf

Kolawole Yusuf was involved in a motor accident and he suffered third degree burns that left him wounded, and disfigured. Kolawole needed to undergo reconstructive surgery in India, but he couldn’t afford the huge medical expenses. Just when it seemed all hope was lost, and the young lad was going to end up bearing scars of disfigurement for life, Inspire Africa Foundation took a bold step. The Foundation, in partnership with other sponsors funded Kolawole’s trip to India to have the surgery.

*To support Kolawole, make your donations into KOLAWOLE YUSUF’S account at STERLING BANK, AWOLOWO ROAD, IKOYI

The Lady Mechanics


Glory Okoro and Alaribe Chikodi are two eighteen-year olds whose lives would never quite remain the same. They were sponsored by Inspire Africa Foundation, to attend a two year course at the Lady Mechanic Institute. The Lady Mechanic Institute empowers disadvantaged women through the provision of auto mechanic and entrepreneurial skills.


Deborah Bamidele

Deborah, a bright student, and an exceptionally gifted young lady, graduated with excellent secondary school grades, but due to financial setbacks, her educational future was on the line. Inspire Africa Foundation gave Deborah hope, and smoothened her rough educational path by giving her full scholarship to a tertiary institution. Presently, Deborah is in the University, and is doing tremendously well.

Kemi Johnson

13 year old Kemi Johnson* (not her real name) brutally lost her innocence when she was raped, and became pregnant. Complications arose from the pregnancy, and she was rushed, almost dead, from a private hospital to LUTH. After a tedious battle and a surgery, she lost the baby, but miraculously, her life was saved.
After a gradual recovery, Kemi’s mother faced a great hurdle – she could not afford to pay the medical bills. Child to Child Network in partnership with Inspire Africa Foundation stepped in, and paid Kemi’s hospital bills.
Kemi was given a clean bill of health, discharged in March 2010, and sent home.
*Kemi’s real identity has been kept anonymous


Inspire Africa Foundation, the brain child of Mo Abudu, donated N10 million to UNICEF Nigeria.The donation was part of the proceeds from the extraordinary benefit concert held at Expo Centre, tagged “Rocking with a conscience.”
The concert was organised by Inspire Africa Foundation in partnership with UNICEF and Lagos State Government, for the purpose of raising funds to take care of street children in Lagos State.

Chiwendu Osueke

13 year old Chiwendu Osueke has been in the custody of Project Alert & Violence Against Women since October 2009, due to repeated sexual harassment and abuse by her guardian. Inspire Africa Foundation donated a generous sum of N300, 000 towards Chiwendu’s care and support.