In a continuation of APGA Fights COVID-19 Initiative, the national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Ozonkpu Dr. Victor Ike Oye (Ozochikwadolu Amawbia) through the state chairman of APGA, Sir Norbert Obi (Ugobueze), has made good its promise of providing palliatives for Community Children’s home formerly known and addressed as orphanage homes.
The items would help the beneficiaries to cushion the harsh economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Living up to its mantra of “onye aghana nwanne ya,” the fastest growing political party donated food items worth hundreds of thousands to all the registered community children’s home in the state.
Delivering the items at the State secretariat, the State chairman of the party, Chief Norbert Obi (Ugobueze) said that APGA, as a major political party in Nigeria was deeply concerned about the challenges of the orphanage homes, especially in this coronavirus period.
He assured the homes of APGA’s continued support and care in the equitable disbursement of resources without failing to carry everybody long.
He stated that the State government was doing everything possible to prevent her citizens from the dreaded COVID-19.
Receiving the items, the President, Association of Registered Community Children’s Home Anambra, Mrs Helen Eze, extolled the kind gestures of the political party.
She commended all those who made it possible including the state chairman, Chief Norbert Obi.
Mrs Helen said that APGA as a formidable political party, had rekindled the hopes of the people in politics and governance.
Other organizations like Association of People Living with Sickle Cell Disorder, APLSCD, and Rehabilitation Center for Disable, Old and Tramp, RECDOT, Ozubulu, were not left out of the packages.
The items were distributed in a transparent and equitable manner to the satisfaction of all concerned.
Singing of praises to the APGA Government of Anambra State, distribution formed the highpoints of the occasion.
Written by Edozie Maduagwu and edited by APGA New Media