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Amb. Rachel Bakam and John Fashanu join Big Church to Support victims in Southern Kaduna
On the 12th of January 2017, an aggrieved section of the Southern Kaduna People of Nigeria who are presently suffering great losses from acts of terrorism received rays of light in the darkness.

The first NGO to offer aid arrived, The Big Church Foundation- a non profit and non religious organisation and a subsidiary of the Big Church Group, brought cooked meals, foodstuff, medical aid and blankets to the people on the foot of the Great Kagoro Hills.

Football legend, former sports and UN Ambassador John Fashanu and Multiple award winning Television personality, Peace and Tourism Ambassador Rachel Bakam aka Rachel the PIPER who is an indigene of Southern Kaduna were amongst the entourage of The Big Church Foundation. They are now Ambassadors of The Big Church Foundation.

The Big Church Foundation is not a Church. It is an independent organization that is focused on alleviating poverty and lending assistance to the needy. Their main focus is to help the needy, especially orphaned children and nursing mothers.
They also make it possible for local organizations to access the funding, tools, training, and support they need to become more effective and make our world a better place.

Rachel has been actively fighting the cause of the People in the rural area. She is a strong and fearless advocate for peace and Justice. She just launched her Television programme RACHEL the PIPER where she builds bridge of friendship, blows the symbolic music of positive change and development by touching lives and reaching out with acts of kindness. She also produces and presents Rachel the PIPER and hausa version RACHEL MAI KAKAAKI; An entertaining yet highly humanitarian television programme Rachel is a humanitarian par excellence. She also supports the KICK HARD AGAINST RAPE initiative of the Queen of Aso organisation in Nigeria.
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