The wife of Kebbi State governor, Dr. Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu will be decorated “Philanthropic First Lady North-West” as well as inducted member, Philanthropic Community of Nigeria PCN, at the forthcoming Nigeria Philanthropy Awards (NPA), billed for 28th May, 2022 following her nomination and topping chart among other nominees in the region.

The category which is dedicated to wives of governors in the six geo-political zones is to decorate an individual who has done exceptionally in the well-being of her people and HE Dr. Zainab has thrived significantly in seeing to the welfare of her people and the larger society through her foundation, Medicaid Cancer Foundation.

The organizers said her nomination came from different individuals testifying to benefiting from her benevolence not just as First Lady but as a person who finds joy in giving hoping that God rewards and it goes a long way to showing that she has got a golden heart and needs to be appreciated which will spur her interest to do more and make the world a better for all.

She will also be inducted into the Nigeria Philanthropic Community of Nigeria (PCN) as it’s a ritual for awardees to automatically become members of the community.


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