Tracereporters –Service to humanity is one of God’s calls to all and was described humans are His most valued creatures.
This is what a volleyball Enthusiast, Adamu Karlai said on the president of Nigerian Volleyball, Engr Musa Nimrod thet he has created a brand of humanitarian services to himself more than the Nigerian Billionaire richest business mogul, Alhaji Aliko Dangote.
Karlai, a passionate Adamawa-born volleyball lover who lives in Abuja said Nimrod has impacted the life of many people in Kaduna and other northern states.
He said that the Volleyball President is God fearing and is benevolent gestures for many years of providing portable water in Kaduna communities without wanting his name in print has distinguished him a Man who is truly sent by God to serve humanity.
Karlai said he is witnessed how the Adamawa Man sport critical stakeholder have trained hundreds of Youths in various sporting activities that today are making Nigeria proud in other countries.
He said Nigeria is in dire need of people like Nimrod who is a detribalized and sees all humans are equal irrespective of tribe, religion, or even place of origin.
According to him, Nimrod is a Christian and most of his close associates are Muslims and those he empowered are Youth mostly from Northern Nigeria.
He extolled Nimrod to be a Man with a big heart and got a bold mind to serve humanity with the little resources he has. A virtue he said is more than Dangote who is only known as the richest Man in Africa, not as the richest humanist.
“This Man is our Dangote, he made himself available to the common Man. He is a passionate philanthropist who is all the time ready to help the downtrodden in our society.
“He endeared himself to many by his hatred of injustice especially when it is being meted on the less privileged, he is a multi-billion dollar man in kind and character and has hundreds of youth as his mentees. May God Almighty bless him.” Karlai said
He revealed that Nimrod has opened a foundation with the aim and vision to cater to the need of Youth, especially those from the northern part of the country and with a less privileged background.
While praying for Musa Nimrod to live a fulfilled life to eternity where God will pay him better for the many sacrifices he has rendered to Mankind. He called on well-to-do Nigerians to copy the good exemplary lifestyle of Musa who is only after humanity not after religion or tribe before he can support someone in dire need.