NGO donates food items, toiletries to correctional centres, orphanage homes, hospitals


By Moses Peter

A Non-Governmental Organization NGO known as Ebele and Anyichucks foundation has donated food items to Nigeria Correctional Service, provided succor to Motherless babies home, offset medical bills and cash donations for transportation to discharged patients at Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital and Mile Four hospital.

The State Coordinator of the foundation, Comrade Christian Onu said the donations  are part of the activities to mark  the fortieth birthday  anniversary of the co-founder of the foundation, Chief Mrs Ebele Chukwuma Odii.

Comrade Onu said this type of donation has been going on for past fifteen years.

"It is a special day for us because our co-founder, Chief Mrs Ebele Chukwuma Odii just clocked 40 years hence all these gestures. 

"The foundation has built over 100 houses across the State. We have visited Motherless babies home and provided succor to them"

"The foundation has also offset the medical bills of ten  indigents each in Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital and Mile Four hospital here in Abakaliki which runs in millions of Naira.". Onu said.

"Scholarship is ongoing, so many indigents students are enjoying our scholarships which ordinarily would have been a school drop out but glory be to God our foundation has benefited them". Onu explained.

"Ebele and Anyichucks foundation has been uplifting the downtrodden and empowering people for past fifteen years". The Coordinator 

The Deputy Comptroller Nigeria Correctional Service, Mr Ray Nwagu thanked the foundation for coming to relief to them from some of the problems in the Correctional Center.

The Executive Chairman of Nigeria Red Cross in Ebonyi, Chief Simeon Nweze expressed happiness over the items and prayed that God shall continue to bless the founder of the foundation, Chief Chukwuma Odii and the family.

" one of the challenges we are having here is  power supply, we need steady power supply, the children are always crying each time power geos off. If any organisation can give us Solar energy and Lister Generator, it would be appreciated". Nweze said.

The Chief Medical Director of Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital, Dr Emeka Ogah expressed joy and  prayed that God will always meet Ebele and Anyichucks at their point of their needs.

"Ebele and Anyichucks foundation do their things selflessly, they don't consider where the beneficiary is coming from. The significant thing is that his gesture is not tribalised and no nepotism". Dr Ogah said.

He called on wealthy individuals to emulate from what Chukwuma Odii and the wife are doing.

One of the ten discharged patients in Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital, Mrs Uruchi  Ukamaka from Ohaofia Agba, Ishielu Local Government Area in Ebonyi State said she is happy over the gesture towards them.

The  Head of Account, Mile four hospital, Mr Friday Ogbonnaya prayed for continuous blessings in the family of Chukwuma Odii and the family.

One of the ten discharged patients who benefited from the gesture, Mrs Christiana Egbai thanked God for using Ebele and Anyichucks foundation to offset their Medical bills which has kept them in the hospital.

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