MAF Santa Claus Train Visits Communities, Gifts Kids, MAF End of the Year Party all Part of Christmas Activities
It was indeed a great outing with the Maurice Akueme Foundation’s Santa Claus train
The Foundation in its earlier broadcast through its media team had made public its activities for the Christmas season.
While Day one and two had its visit to the Joy Village in Ebe and Udi local Goverent General Hospital in Udi respectively, the 3, 4 and 5 had its Santa Claus train ride.
The visit to various communities in Udi local government area with gift shared to over 2000 kids indeed brought smiles to the faces of many parent and children.
The children were happy to welcome Santa Clause in their various communities and numbers who they locally referred to as Father(Fr) Christmas.
Fr. Christmas in return greeted them, danced with them, took some photoshoots with them and gave them gifts.
Mentioning few communities out of many visited by MAF Santa Claus includes;
Affa, Egede, Eke, Nachi, Ngwo, Nsude, Obinagu, Okpatu, Ukana, Umuaga, Umuoka.
Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme in a post on his wall expressed joy, he said that he derives joy giving hope to people and making them feel the impact of the season.
Since the start of Christmas season, the foundation has shared food stuffs, toiletries, beverages, etc to households and individuals who would not afford for the season.
The foundation has also visited the hospital to offset bills of patients.
MAF End of the Year Party.
According to the MAF activities calendar, next is the MAF end of the year party also tagged A Day with MAF Season two scheduled to hold on 23rd December, 2020.
The Venue is at the country home of Chief Akueme; Umuozolu Amoebota in Ukana, Udi local government area of Enugu state by 1:00 pm prompt.
Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme has invited all lovers of the foundation to make out time to be with MAF on the said date.
MAF Santa Claus Train Visits Communities, Gifts Kids, MAF End of the Year Party all Part of Christmas Activities Charity Reporters deposits.
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