Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme; Celebrating a Humanitarian Per Excellence
By Comr. Chizzy Aniakor
Young Chief Sir Maurice Emeka Akueme is a core Udi from Ukana ward, he has been a Godsent, Angel and surviving hands to the poor, the average and the rich.
Chief Akueme is a UK based accountant, tax consultant and successful business man who thinks and plans well for other people before himself.
Sir Maurice popularly known as MAF is the CEO, founding and funding president of a non governmental Organization called Maurice Akueme Foundation.
Since the birth of MAF, it has recorded numerous empowerment packages ranging from;
👉 Business empowerment
👉 Jobs procurements.
👉 Contract connections
👉 Educational bursary
MAF was recorded the only NGO that built a food bank, cash palliative, covid-19 preventive kits, sensitization and free medical treatments to both the young and old in both rural and urban areas of Enugu, cross rivers, Abagana and Uganda during the covid-19 pandemic.
Uncountable times he has gifted the old women, retirees and windows so much valuables like assorted food, wrappers, foot wears, cash,etc.
He has also shown so much love to the students and youths as they are the future of our country’s technology economy and leadership. He has palliated them through;
👉 Bursary awards
👉 Sports and spelling bee competitions
👉 Provision of educational materials like uniforms, exercise books, text books etc.
Akueme has built several projects like
√ Water boreholes
√ Toilets in schools
√ Grading of roads
√ Distribution of First aid boxes
√ Distribution of POS terminals
√ istribution of PMS (petrol) to motor cyclists
√ Distribution of cash business grants
√ Instant employments
√ Contract connections for artisans, musicians, footballers etc.
√ Establishment of a livestock farm for others to benefit
√ Medical care etc in Udi and beyond.
Your humanitarian work has affected virtually all directly or indirectly
Happy World Humanitarian day to Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme
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