Ogun: Ewekoro Indigenes In Diaspora, EPF Donate Food Items To Vulnerable Households - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Monday, May 11, 2020

Ogun: Ewekoro Indigenes In Diaspora, EPF Donate Food Items To Vulnerable Households

•Some of the beneficiaries

Ayobami Ife, Abeokuta

Ewekoro indigenes in Diaspora have donated food items worth millions of naira to vulnerable households and individuals in Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State to cushion the effects of the lockdown on the State due to the COVID - 19 pandemic.

The Ewekoro indigenes acting under the aegis of Ewekoro Think Tank(ETT) in conjunction with sister body at home - Ewekoro Progressive Forum(EPF),  shared  out rice,  beans, gari, and Semovita parked inside  a branded  ETT/EPF bag to hundreds of beneficiaries cutting across the 10 wards -  Wasimi, Owowo, Obada Oko, Mosan, Papalanto, Asa-Yobo, Abalabi, Arigbajo, Itori and Elere, of the Local Government.

The distribution of the palliatives saw the elderly, widows, widowers, single mothers, single fathers and others with no or weak means of sustainability, smiling home each with a pack of food items worth over N,5000 at the weekend.

The succour - giving crew also visited the Palace of the Olu of Itori, Oba Fatai Akamo, to intimate him of their modest contribution being undertaken by them towards lessening  the burden of the lockdown on the people.

In return, they received royal blessings from their monarch, Oba Akamo, for their kind gestures to the needy at this trying period.

The Lead Coordinator  of both the ETT and the charity initiative, Mr Babatunde Kayode, a United Kingdom - based geologist, who commended the beneficiaries for their orderly conduct, said the  Ewekoro indigenous in diaspora in conjunction with Ewekoro Progressive Forum decided to extend their helping hands to the vulnerable people at home.        

Babatunde said their objective was to reach out to people who needed the food items most with special consideration to those who fall within the age bracket of 55  years and above.

ETT team include Oliyede Remi (Deputy Coordinator) and Ahmed Adenmosun. Other stakeholders are Adeyemi Seyi, Adenrele Tosin, Babatunde Bidemi, Oluwadamilare Adeyinka, Adebayo Adeyinka, Omilade Yinka,  Adesete Nurudeen, Oliyede Femi and seyi Fabiyi.

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