As parts of it is contributions to meet the demands and also soothe the effects of the hardship and poverty caused by the four weeks lockdown and other measures put in place by the federal government as parts of its on-going efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria, Ebele and Anyichuks Foundation (EAF) an organization committed to charitable works spends N150m naira to support the Federal and state Government, in their effort to provide for the poor and needy. EAF provided palliatives, transfered cash, face mask, hand sanitisers and hand gloves to people in Ebonyi, Lagos and Ogun State.
The Chief Executive Officer of the foundation Chief (Dr.) Ifeanyi Chukwuma Odii promised to continue to reach out to the needy as he has done previously as part of charitable works
Mr. Pasona Stanley, a beneficiary of EAF kind gesture said: “Odii has earlier supported Isu residents in Lagos with the total sum of N10 Million Naira, as he also extended same gesture to his people residing in Abuja, Anambra and Enugu states, with additional N5 Million Naira.
“It’s quite worrisome that the global pandemic has caused sudden hardship as many families struggle to pay their bills, feed or take care of their overall essential needs.” He declared
It’s indeed a moment of sober reflection and a time to be charitable to mankind.