Hon. Ezeh, Nigerian based in Cameroon provides materials to his home community

Hon. Ezeh

The wide spread of the world’s ravaging pandemic coronavirus, has caused Organizations and wealthy business persons to look at the vulnerable and support.

In recent times internationally, individuals  have looked back at their communities to provide necessary materials to help combat this virus as wells as sustain life during this period of standstill.

One of which is Nigeria’s illustrious sons of Umukparo Autonomous Community, in Umunnochi Local Government, Abia State, Nigeria, Hon. Sir Lovinus Ezeh based in Douala Cameroon, who has taken upon himself to look at his community and extend a hand of brotherhood.

Hon. Ezeh is the vice president of the Nigerian community here in Douala, Cameroon. A business guru and philanthropist.

Through his love for his community and the fear of COVID-19, he has donated relief materials to his community back home in Nigeria. To assist his community at this terrible moment of COVID-19 pandemic.
The Food items donated includes
100 bags of 10kg Rice.
20 bags of 50kg Rice.
100 cartons of Indomie.

In response to his generosity, the president of Umukparo Town Development Union (UTDU) Mr Nna Ozoemena on behalf of the community expressed gratitude to the business guru for this gesture and acknowledge the fact that he has always been there for his community. He went further to say God should bless his generosity for continually looking at the less privileged and vulnerable in his community.

While at the distribution event, Hon. Ezeh was represented by his elder sister Lolo Augustine Orji who delivered the message of good will to the people on behalf of the philanthropist saying

"All what he did is to contribute his own quota at this terrible moment of COVID-19 pandemic which is global challenge. He never do it for any political reason or popularity but to save lives in his own capacity. He called on all the well meaning Nigerians to join him and do the same at this period. We should support government efforts either in Nigeria or in our host countries.

He also commend the great work of all the medical practitioners globally for their sacrifices in fighting this deadly disease. Some have lost their lives in saving others lives. Nothing is small”.

COVID-19 is not a virus for the rich or poor   This is a time to be one another’s keeper and not show off.

More of such gestures are encourage to give the vulnerable a privilege to be protected.

Thousands have died world wide and thousands infected. Precautions remains the best cure for such virus.

Stay home, stay safe.


Anye Nde Nsoh

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