We tend to spend a lot of time complaining about Nigeria. While our complaints are certainly justified, it is important to note that we all have the power to be change-makers.
A Nigerian US-based medical doctor, Dr. Godwin Maduka, has recently built and donated 100 bungalows for widows and other indigent persons in Umuchukwu, Orumba South Local Government Area in Anambra State.
He is the founder of the Las Vegas Pain Institute and Medical Center. He completed his Graduate Medical training at the Harvard University School of Medicine in Anesthesia and Critical Care and Pain Management.
Beyond his career, he has made it his mission to transform his community in Umuchukwu. Over the last 3 years, he has completed various philantrophic projects including
- Donating nearly 100 motorcycles to the unemployed and underprivileged members of his community.
- Building and renovation of a police station, barracks, and an updated post office
- Construction of schools, homes for widows, hospitals, and religious buildings
- Provision of scholarships to community residents to study at universities both in Nigeria and internationally