Ogidi town union boss lauds Igwe Onyido others for donating abundant palliatives

Igwe Alex Onyido

Igwe Alex Onyido and llustrious sons and daughters of Ogidi community in Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra state have been eulogized for their abundant free will donation of COVID-19 palliatives which augmented the ones donated by the state government for onward distribution to the vulnerable ones in the area.

President-General of Ogidi Union Nigeria, OUN, High Chief Jideofor Chuka Onubogu (Ife Ogidi) who made the commendation at Ogidi, during the second phase of the distribution exercise, mentioned the traditional ruler of Ogidi, Igwe (Pharmacist) Alexander Onyido as one of the highest donors who gave 100 bags of 50kg Rice.

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Onubogu also commendeded Ken Nwabueze (Ajie Ogidi) who gave 400bags of 10kg Rice; Chinedu Okeke (Aguiyi Ogidi) donated 800 tubers of yam,200 cartons of Noodles, bags of onions; Dr. Kachy Onubogu gave 1500 bag of 10kg rice with 1000 bottles of vegetable oil, Dr. Obiora Okonkwo (Dikeora Idemili) donated sanitizers; Members of Ogidi Union resident in Dallas, United States of America, USA donated 400 bag of 10kg rice among other donors.

He commended them for their magnanimity ranging from hand sanitizers, food items, cash sums of money which he said some had been distributed, while other are awaiting distribution to the four quarters of Ogidi as they come in batches.
He therefore called for more of such donations to ensure that palliatives go round the vulnerable ones in the area so that they could be well fed to survive the coronavirusa pandemic, adding that the town union is not left out in the donation channel.

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He however urged the governments at all levels to endeavour to procure testing kits to test everybody at the borders and ascertain their status as a better option, rather than continuing to close the borders blindly without knowing those who are carriers and those who are not.  

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