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National Chairman of APGA shares relief items in Amawbia

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IN response to government calls for support in the fight against coronavirus pandemic, the national chairman of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Victor Oye, has distributed some food items as palliative to residents and indigenes of Amawbia, Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State.

  Chief Oye, in company of his wife, Lyon Mary Oye, made the distribution to the six villages of Amawbia at  Eziopkalaigwe Square, Amawbia,.

   The six villages are Umueze,Ngene,Adabebe,Umukabia,Eluoji,and Ezimezi with each village  getting 100 bags of rice , 100 cartons of noddles, and N1000 cash per head.

  Chief Oye said the palliative was in support of what the government was doing in the state as a result of the deadly virus that has driven everybody to their respective homes.

The APGA Chairman , who was represented by the Special Assistant to Governor Obiano on Environment and  Personal Assistant to National Chairman of APGA, Mike Nwofor, advises the people to stick to instructions given by World Health Organisation(WHO) by regular washing of hands with sanitisers, and keeping social distance.

  He promised a re- visit for those who did not partake in the palliative and prayed for God’s protection on the lives of ndi Amawbia against the virus.

    Igwe – elect of Amawbia, Chinyelu Nwora- Molokwu, thanked Chief r Oye for his good works and asked the people to always remember him in prayers so that the lord will enlarge his coasts to do more. He advised the sharers not to leave anybody behind.

  Principal Secretary to the Governor, Willie Nwokoye, Education Secretary, Awka South Local Government, Chief Felix Nzeamara, Chairman, Awka South LG, Leo Nwuba, National Youth Leader, APGA, Anselem Chinedu Nebeife, Member, representing Awka South 1 in Anambra House of Assembly,

Nnamdi Okafor, National Legal Adviser, APGA, Sylvester Ezeokenwa, who were present at the event thanked the governor and National Chairman of APGA, for their support in fighting coronavirus pandamic and distribution of palliatives to the people in the state.

 They advised the public to, avoid social gatherings and  wash their hands, stating that the  more often, the better.

   Contributing, APGA Chairman, Awka South LGA, Chikodi Nnoyelu, said Chief Oye was a giver, who had the fear of God and encouraged others to emulate him. She noted that he has shared palliatives and sanitisers three times to ndi Anambra.

Some of the  beneficiaries, Gladys Eddy, Gabriel Nwamadu and Ifeanyi Nwankwo thanked Chief Oye for the wonderful package and prayed for long life for his family.

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