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Covid 19: Kingsley Uju Distributes Relief Materials to Constituents

In line with his focus driven representative commitment to his constituents, the member representing Ohaji/Egbema, Oguta and Oru West Federal Constituency, Hon. Uju Kingsley Chima has distributed food items to his constituents to relieve them of the economic strains of the sit-at-home directive of the government.

The lawmaker, who is known for his philanthropic disposition across the Federal Constituency, Saturday 25th, April, distributed the essential food items in all the wards that make up Ohaji/Egbema, Oguta and Oru West Federal Constituency.

Some of the food items distributed by the lawmaker to cushion the negative effects of coronavirus on his constituents include a trailer load of rice, a truckload indomie noodles; bags of salt, hand sanitizers and cash donations.

Speaking during the distribution of the coronavirus relief package, The DG, Omeudo campaign Organisation, Hon. Henry Igbomezie, speaking on behalf of Hon. Uju Kingsley, advised the beneficiaries to wash their hands regularly, observe social distancing and obey all government regulations rolled out in the fight against the pandemic. Igbomezie stated, Hon. Uju Kingsley is a man who does not fail to live up to his responsibilities and urged the Central and ward Cordinators to ensure the relief materials gets to the poor and Vulnerable in their various wards as instructed by the Federal lawmaker.
The member Representing Ohaji/Egbema, Hon. Heclus Okoro, former Local government Chairman, Ohaji/Egbema, Hon Ebenezer Amadi and HRH Eze Sylvester Okwuodu, all extolled Hon. Uju Kingsley for the humanitarian service geared towards making lives better for his constituents devoid of political consideration in view of the hardship caused by Covid 19.

 

Some of the beneficiaries who could not hold their joy, thanked Hon. Uju Kingsley Chima and wife for always coming to their rescue and assured them of their support and prayers.

Traditional rulers and Clergy men were also part of the palliative beneficiaries.

Joseph Chimezie

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