The Friday Osanebi Foundation today ministered help and succor to Mrs Okpochini Jane, a breast cancer patient in Amai, Ukwuani local government area of Delta State.
The foundation moved with compassion mobilized resources for the woman who desperately needed help to check the spread of the malignant cancerous cells and further save her life.
The team which stormed Jane Okpochini’s residence this morning at about 10:43 am in Amai ( Ishigaguma), conveyed the foundation’s good intention and the good will of its chairman, Rt. Hon. Friday Ossai Osanebi.
The foundation reps which prayed with the woman and the family, also delivered victuals/provisions and cash to comfort her and the children and family and to further facilitate her treatment.
Speaking on behalf of the delegation, Agbanashi Obinne said: “at the approval and directive of our chairman, Rt. Hon. Friday Ossai Osanebi, we have come to give succor to our sister Jane.
“Though, he’s not around right now, but he has mandated the foundation to reach out to Jane as quick as possible, saying its a matter of life and death.
“We must always comfort and reassure Jane, that what she’s passing through is but a minor challenge, and would be back to her feet very soon.”
He also revealed that Osanebi was putting work to faith saying he has been praying for her since he got the news of her health challenge.
Probing further, the family informed the delegation that they have contacted a specialist from Lagos who has a record of professional excellence in cancer and its related challenges and that they were comfortable with the professional, judging from practical results of her improvement after few days of the professional’s intervention.
Jane who couldn’t stand up, turn or commune properly with the foundation reps, gave signs of relief after the prayer and presentations.
On behalf of the Family Edna, Jane’s cousin led the family to thank the team and prayed specially for the Delta State House of Assembly Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Friday Ossai Osanebi for his show of love and care.
The team promised to always check on them regularly, in order to record progress reports, believing God for speedy healing.