Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme’s aim at reducing Hardship, Alleviating Poverty in His continuous support to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwanyi was once again displayed when the Maurice Akueme Foundation(MAF) took its showers of love to Aninri Local Government Area of Enugu State
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It has become a norm that Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme has continued to support the administration of Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi; the Executive Governor of Enugu State in poverty alleviation and ameliorating hardship through his numerous contributions towards societal growth, community development, youth empowerment programs, health care services, rural development projects, Scholarships, Bursaries, etc.
It is in the aforementioned strides that he moved his team to alleviate, palliate and empower the good indigenes and residents of Nenwe in Aninri Local Government Area of Enugu State.
Led by his Senior Vice President(SVP) Operations; Hon Offiah K. N, the Maurice Akueme Foundation team arrived Aninri and was welcomed with cheers from mammoth crowd mixed with motor cyclists, private car owners, most notably was the Parish Priest of St. Peters Catholic Church who rained blessings on Chief Akueme for his showers of love upon the poor masses.
At Famlaws Fuel Station in Nenwe, Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme filled fuel tanks of over 160 public cyclists, about 150 private cyclists and motorists with free PMS.
Offiah, while addressing the crowd reiterated Chief Akueme’s continuous support to the Governor of Enugu state and service to humanity, he stated that the founder of the organization they’re benefitting from knows none of them as he’s based in the United Kingdom but due to his interest in humanity and the common man, he decided to give back to the society from his personal earnings.
Touched by the desires of Akueme, the people chanted the MAF slogan severally with songs of praises in solidarity to the Governor of Enugu state and Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme.
Charity Reporters gathered that the Maurice Akueme Foundation team also visited some private hospitals in the Area where mosquito nets and palliatives was distributed with numerous hospital bills cleared and prisoners of health discharge, most notably was a woman(name withheld) who have been detained for over three months for inability to pay up her bills, it was also cleared by the philanthropist.
It was also gathered that the team visited some public hospitals only to find out that the hospitals are under lock and key because of the ongoing industrial action by the Nigeria Doctors.
Some of the private hospitals visited includes;
Emavik Hospital Nenwe, Zion Hospital Nenwe, Nenwe Health Center, St. Peters Hospital Nenwe, amongst others.
In their company was DSS officials, the Aninri neighborhood watch who were on ground to monitor the processes and to ensure that peace and order was maintained.
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