Sen Ifeanyi Ubah shares Keke, Rice, Garri, Groundnut oil, others as Palliatives

Ifeanyi Ubah

~Shares Keke, Rice, Garri, Groundnut oil, others.
~Thanks gov Obiano and Anambra Progressives for their commitments to contain the spread.

Sen Dr Ifeanyi Uba the senator representing Anambra South in the Nigerian senate and CEO of Capital Oil, embarked on a massive distribution of COVID-19 Palliatives across the 21 Local Government Area in the State.

Part of a statement signed by the Senator reads “…as part of measures to alleviate the hardship and cushion the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging my people, I have commenced the distribution of palliatives to the good people of Anambra across the 21 Local Government Areas in our state”

The Senator further thanked the State Govenor, Mr Willie Obiano for his efforts in tackling the pandemic in the state and the Anambra Progressives for selflessly volunteering their time and resources to noble initiative that will provide a long lasting solution to the COVID-19 scourge and the post pandemic era in the State.

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Senator Ubah concluded by charging Ndi-Anambra to follow all NCDC guidelines in combating the COVID-19 pandemic judiciously.

Items donated by Sen. Ubah includes:
~26,000 bags of 5kg rice
~11,200 bags of 5kg garri
~9,400 cartons of tummy tummy noodles
~~32,000 bottles of hand sanitizers
~65,000 disposable face masks
~8,000 washable face masks
~2,000 bags of 25kg garri
~500 bags of 25kg rice
~42 thermometers and
~62 tricycles

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