We’re one says Akueme as MAF Palliates Hausa Community in Enugu State.
Just like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation which research finds to be the biggest private foundation in the world; the Maurice Akueme Foundation has joined the league of givers without seize or season.
The MAF mobile food bank commencing services to the indigent has visited the Hausa/Fulani community with a bus load of food stuffs(Rice and Noodles).
The National coordinator of the Maurice Akueme Foundation Hon Mike CJ Madu(Gburuchi) while making the presentation on behalf of MAF encouraged the Hausa people to continue to be peaceful, law abiding and not to allow their good name to be brought to mud by a few selfish persons.
Gburuchi said that the palliatives is not a government provided palliatives but an individual effort in a bid to compliment the hard work and all inclusive, grand governance style of the Executive Governor of Enugu State, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.
Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme who witnessed the presentation via video chat submitted thus;
“We are one in the sight of Allah, we are brothers and sisters and launching our mobile food bank with you is very thoughtful hence and informs how much we love your people who are peaceful.
Abubakar Isah who spoke on behalf of the Hausa Community said they are glad to receive such gift from an individual and/or an independent organization.
He said it is one of the first since the dive into post covid 19 era and the first since the beginning of the Christian season, he thanked Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme for remembering and including a people like them in his list of goodwill and service to humanity.
The chief Imam who blessed the gathering prayed that goodwill shall never lack in MAF, he prayed long life for the founder/president of MAF and all who key into the focal points, objectives of MAF.
Over 200 representatives of the entire Hausa/Fulani community were present to receive the palliatives on the communities’ behalf.
Charity Reporters has gathered that in recent time MAF has become the first organization to visit the Hausa community since the start of yuletide season.