LifeCare Carries Out Its Christmas, 6th Phase of Palliative, Food Distribution In Alayi Abia State

By Charles Okereke

The needy stocked up food for Christmas in three communities in Alayi, Bende LGA, Abia State; thanks to LifeCare humanitarian initiative. LifeCare palliative outreach program targets those that need support to survive the excruciating economic hardship in the country. Many smiled home on Saturday, December 18, 2021 equipped to celebrate Christmas in grand style.

LifeCare, an NGO headquartered in the United States with branches in Nigeria and Togo distributed  assorted types of food and personal protective gear against coronavirus to pregnant women, widows, the elderly, mad men and women in these communities. Beneficiaries wearing assorted multi coloured clothes graced the event resembling Christmas decoration with assorted coloured ornaments. One would not be wrong to say LifeCare kicked off Christmas festivity in Alayi ancient kingdom.

The communities that benefited in LifeCare's sixth phase palliative exercise were Ezi Alayi Elu, Ezi Alayi Agbo and Ogwumabiri. During the exercise as in all LifeCare Covid-19/Variant era relief operations, both staff and beneficiaries were made to wear face masks, wash and sanitize hands. Beneficiaries went home with all they were given including face masks. 

LifeCare President, Dr. Lucy Evans speaking to reporters from her U.S. base said LifeCare will take more giant strides in humanitarian services in Nigeria as resources become available.

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