Ali Ahmadu, a six years old victim of Boko Haram atrocity, has returned to Nigeria after undergoing a successful surgery in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. A young Ahmadu was flown to Dubai on September 10 this year under the guidance of GLPLC, a non-governmental organisation that coordinated appeal for help to enable the young boy walk again. Following the appeal, the Dickens Sanomi Foundation provided all outstanding medical bills, transportation, accommodation, and other services during his 90 days stay in Dubai. And to everyone’s delight, as the boy passed through the arrival section of the airport, he walked extremely well looking handsome and beaming with smile.
An official of the foundation, Goodluck Hayi, who received Ali Ahmadu at the Nnamdi Azikiwe airport Abuja, recalled that three months ago, he was taken away in a wheelchair. While thanking God for sparing Ahmadu’s life, Hayi beamed that what started as a painful journey for the boy, has transformed into a journey of hope, love, and care.