By AHF BLOG
Dogo Nahawa is a small Christian communities situated between Barinkin lade local government and Jos south local government area of Jos in Plateau State, Nigeria.
In the early hours of 7th March, 2010, the community was invaded by hundreds of armed islamic herds men now known as Boko Haram in a horrific massacre.
Arm of Hope Foundation (AHF) visited Dogo Nahawa after the crisis to empathize and reach out to the entire community and surviving victims. During that visit, the President of AHF met all those who had become widows, fatherless, motherless, orphans and maimed.
One of such is the case of Daniel Chuwang. Daniel is a victim of the crisis. His father Mr Daniel Dick chuwang was brutally hacked, murdered and burnt in his presence, while he was violently attacked with machetes and sticks until he collapsed and was presumed to be dead. He bled until he passed out into a coma. The President AHF during the visit to the community, heard about Daniels predicament. The president met the little boy in a pitiable medical situation; as he was experiencing constant seizures and collapsed frequently having gone through the trauma of watching his father brutally murdered in his presence. The president immediately relocated Daniel to Rivers State for better medical treatment in order to save his life. Today, Daniel lives with the president of AHF and is now a student of Nazareth schools, Port-Harcourt under the education and scholarship intervention of AHF. Thanks to AHF, Daniel has made full recovery, mentally and physically as the fatherly love showered on him by the president has filled the vacuum of his father’s demise. His widow mother Mrs Kumbo Christy Chuwang is a beneficiary of the AHF widow’s intervention scheme.
Presently, Daniel is doing very well, but he needs to further his education to the university level. You can support Daniels dream and pursuit for higher education by making a pledge today.
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