COVID-19: Nigerian philanthropist distributes palliatives, transforms disabled child hawker

 
Mon May 11th, 2020 - Ebonyi
 

After its recent donation of N150 million to the Federal Government, Lagos and Ebonyi States, to fight the spread of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, the Ebele&Anyichuks Foundation (EAF) has continued with its COVID-19 Emergency Response by distributing over 50,000 bags of rice and other relief materials across South-East and Lagos States.

According to the Foundation, its philanthropic effort kick-started from Ebute-Metta, Lagos Mainland, Makoko — a slum neighbourhood across the Third Mainland Bridge, and Abule-Ado, with relief items such as food, personal care products and other essentials were given to indigent residents.

While commending the efforts of government and everyone who has contributed to the wellbeing of the nation to combat further spread of the virus, Co-Founder, EAF, Dr Ifeanyi Odii promised that EAF will continue to join hands with others to win this war against Coronavirus.

 
 

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source: Guardian