MAF Visits the Handicapped, Hospital, Offsets Bills, Palliates Patients and Medical Staff
MAF Visits the Handicapped, Hospital, Offsets Bills, Palliates Patients and Medical Staff.
The Maurice Akueme Foundation haven set its activities/calendar for the season had yesterday day 2 visited the General Hospital in Udi, Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State.
Finding up to 12 patients admitted and about 22 outpatients, the founder/president Maurice Akueme Foundation; Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme(Njikokamma Enugu State) who saw the condition of the patients via a video chat directed that all their bills be offset.
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Hon Mike CJ Madu(Gburuchi) the National coordinator Maurice Akueme Foundation (MAF) who visited with other members of the Foundation met with the Cashier and the Pharmacist of General Hospital to prepare bills for all admitted patients and outpatients.
The bills which were calculated and returned to the National coordinator were offset in thousands.
The Maurice Akueme Foundation dolled out thousands to palliate and set off bills of patients.
The patients expressed joy by praying for Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme.
They also prayed that the foundation shall continue to soar.
The nurses when interviewed revealed that the Maurice Akueme Foundation has become the friend of the hospital as the foundation is the only organization that remembers their existence especially during the yuletide seasons.
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The staff were also palliated with some cash and food stuffs after the patients had confirmed how caring the management has been.
Meanwhile the Medical Director also appealed to Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme to help them fix the power source of the hospital as no one has come to their aid since the breakdown of the hospital’s power generator.
General Hospital Udi is one of the best in Enugu State, looking at the new structure erected by the working government of Enugu State led by His Excellency Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.
His various developmental strategies in the health sector drives the message home that there is still hope for the good people of Enugu State.
~ MAF Also took a surprise visit to Oji River to inspect the MAF Handicapped Twin;
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The Maurice Akueme Foundation also paid a surprise visit to Nwakaego and Chinyere Onyia.
The duo are twins from Udi town in Udi local government area, they are both physically challenged.
Referencing their pathetic story;
They had to leave Udi to reside in Oji River to struggle for survival because they didn’t want their burden to be on any of their relatives.
Recall that upon hearing their story, MAF had taken full responsibility of the duo, empowered them to start a business.
MAF also donated the wheel chairs they are currently using
They are both skillful in bead works, MAF also empowered them to purchase materials to start production of items with beads.
Yesterday during MAF unannounced visit to the twin, Charity Reporters had gathered that they’ve made judicious use of the aid given them by MAF.
“We gathered that they have produced bead bags, jewelries, belts, caps, etc”.
“We also gathered that they are very skillful in what they do but are faced with the challenges of funding, patronage, and publicity”
The twin while thanking Maurice Akueme Foundation also called on the government, well meaning and concerned citizens, organizations to emulate MAF and come to their aid to support their business either by financial support, material support or publicity support to get their business into the market.
Some members of the foundation supported them by purchasing some of their products.
According to the MAF National Coordinator Hon Mike CJ Madu(Gburuchi);
“MAF visits anybody it empowers to supervise, guide and ensure that such empowerment is judiciously used”
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