Senator I.G Abana’s foundation two-day annual free medical mission in Enugwu-Ukwu community for over One hundred (100) and scholarship award to over fifty (50) students was a huge success.
Some of the indigent persons went home with 5 kilogram bags of rice while many were diagnosed and treated for several diseases including diabetes, malaria, eye problems among others.
Chairman on the occasion, Professor Onyii Oguno who is also the Dean faculty of Law Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University said that the future of the nation rest on the shoulders of the younger generation.
The traditional ruler of Enugwu-Ukwu community Igwe Ralph Ekpeh who prayed for the progress of the foundation called on other well-meaning ndi Anambra to emulate the good work to help foster development in the state.
Member representing Njikoka One Constituency in the State House of Assembly, Dr Timothy Ifedioramma, the President General of Enugwu-Ukwu Development Union, Comrade Bonny Ozonkwuaku and the Traditional Prime Minister of the Town, Chief Dennis Aniekwe noted that foundation has touched many lives in a positive way praying for God’s blessings on the benefactor.
Facilitator of the Foundation Senator Ikechukwu Abana expressed satisfaction seeing the people smile, and noted that his intentions has no political undertone but an act of kindness having been blessed by God with wealth and sound health over time.
Some of the beneficiaries including Chioma Chukwuemeka of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka and Paschal Amandianeze of the Federal Polytechnic Nekede assured of making judicious use of the opportunity given to them and prayed God to bless the benefactor.