Renowned Nigerian comedian and skit creator, Mariam Apaokagi, popularly known as Taaooma, has taken a significant step by establishing her charitable organization, the “Mariam Apaokagi Initiative.” This philanthropic endeavor is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of the socially disadvantaged, with a particular focus on her hometown of Ilorin in Kwara State.
The official launch of the Mariam Apaokagi Initiative occurred during Taaooma’s courtesy visit to Saliu Mustapha, the senator representing the Kwara Central Senatorial District, at his residence in Ilorin. During this visit, Taaooma delivered a compelling presentation about the foundation’s mission and objectives.
Taaooma’s commitment to uplifting the less fortunate was evident as she expressed her dedication to this noble cause. She emphasized that the Mariam Apaokagi Initiative is her way of giving back to the community and extending a helping hand to those in need.
With a range of initiatives planned, Taaooma’s charitable organization is poised to make a significant difference in the lives of the underprivileged in her community and beyond. Her dedication to social betterment serves as an inspiring example of using one’s success and influence for the greater good, reinforcing the importance of philanthropy in society.
She also asked for the senator’s cooperation and assistance in order for the foundation to succeed. Taaooma received praise from Senator Mustapha for her great initiative, and he assured her that he would always be available to work with her. The legislator, also known as the Turaki of Ilorin, accused the sketch creator of creating content that is morally grounded and capable of reversing the trend of drug misuse and other illegal activity. The senator also emphasized the importance of vocational education for young people, emphasizing how it can help create jobs and be a vehicle for empowering the next generation. He advised Taaooma to concentrate on material that upholds moral principles and aids in the battle against social vices.