Milestones | O.B. Lulu-Briggs Foundation



 Awarded Grant to 122 Nigerian Law School Students in 2014 – 2015 who are indigenous to Rivers State

  •  2013/2014 Session, N120, 000/Laptop each was given to 57 Nigerian Law School Students, 5 th February 2015 (N4, 275, 000,00)

  •  2015 Session, N120, 000.00/Laptop each was given to 65 Nigerian Law School Students, 26th November 2015 (4, 335, 00.00)

 Under OPUDEMS Scheme 17 Persons were sponsored for vocational training and 61 Persons empowered for a small scale business

 Construction of Male and Female sanitary facilities with multifunctional boreholes for the Port Harcourt Maximum security prisons.

 Assisted a patient for HIV treatment/therapy Sessions in Braith Waite Memorial Specialist Hospital (BMSH)

 Cash Award to best performing Students of St. Augustine’s Nursery and Primary School Abonnema with 30 Pupils as beneficiaries for 2013/2014 Session

 Motivation and appreciation incentives for teachers (MAI), “19 Staff of St. Augustine Nursery and Primary School Abonnema (this incentives is given out on a monthly basis)”.

 Sponsored 10 Sessions of Haemodialysis for a patient (N482, 000).  Recorded 5509 Beneficiaries in 2015 Free Medical Mission at Minama Community and Omudioga Community, all in Rivers State.

 Purchased a walking aid for one of our beneficiaries

 Grant valued at N295, 000 was given to a Law School Student to enable her undergo her bar part II Programme in the Nigerian Law School.

 Registration of 5 Inmates at Port Harcourt Maximum Prison for West Africa Examination Council “WAEC” (November/December).

 Registered 20 Youths for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

 The sum of N2 Million was paid to assist an indigene from Rivers State undergo Laparoscopic Surgery at Narayana Health Hospital, Bangalore India for the removal and treatment of Abdominal Tumors.


  • For the Free Medical Mission, we successfully carried out 4 missions in various communities namely: Kolokuma/Opokuma (Bayelsa State), Emeyal II (Bayelsa State), Enwang (Akwa-Ibom State) and Obiohia (Rivers State) with close 22,000 people benefiting from these outreaches. Furthermore in the area of Medicals, over 500 School children were de-wormed in Bakana (Rivers State).
  • 2careforlife-1The Care for life Programme adopted 13 new beneficiaries and also added to its fleet of operational vehicles a brand new Toyota Hiace bus, to aid the logistics of the elderly/senior citizens to the Biokpo Recreational Centre.
  • The sum of over 7million Naira was expended in the area of Education and Scholarship with over 80 recipients and 30 new Scholars adopted for scholarship.
  • Lastly, in Partnership with International Energy Insurance 3 mono pumps with water filter attachment was provided for the people of Abalama in Asari-Toru L.G.A. over 40 water filters have been replaced so far.
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