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IMO DEPUTY GOVERNOR, KINSMAN EMPOWER WOMEN, OTHERS

By OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR OF IMO STATE
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In the spirit of Christmas and New Year festivities, Imo Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere has continued to touch lives of the women and indigents, as he empowered three indigent women with N750, 000 at the wee hours of today.

Speaking at the country home of Chief Sunny Onumaegbu popularly known as Aku Mbieri during his annual get-together for his people, Prince Madumere commended Onumaegbu for his spirit of giving especially to the indigent, the act he said Onumaegbu observes every year to ameliorate the challenges being faced by the less privileged.

He therefore called on other well meaning Imolites to reach out to the indigents in their communities to complement the effort of the government. He reminded the people the fact that everyone is a creation of the society he finds himself and the fact some had opportunities should not estrange them from people.

Meanwhile, in support of Government effort at reaching out to the indigent widows at the rural areas, Chief Onumaegbu through the deputy Governor handed over three keys of the three houses he built to three indigent women who are Florence Ononiwu, Charity Egbujo and Rhoda.

In support of Onumaegbu, the Voice African personality of the year, Prince Eze Madumere made a donation of N750, 000 to the women to enable them start any trade of their choice.

Last Saturday, January 3, 2015, Prince Eze Madumere gave out 1,068 bags of rice to the women with N3.6 million to women of Mbaitoli and Ikeduru local government areas of Imo State.

Among the women who received the Imo number two citizen's kind gesture were Florence Ononiwu, Charity Egbujo and Rhoda who are to share the money N250, 000 each.

It will be recalled that under Rescue Mission Government led by Owelle Anayo Rochas Okorocha, the First Lady of Imo State, Her Excellency, Nneoma Nkechi Okorocha has handed over about 170 well furnished two bedroom apartment to indigent widows across twenty seven local governments of Imo State under her 'She Needs A Roof Programme with cash empowerment. Imo Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere has also done so in appreciable magnitude.

UCHE ONWUCHEKWA
SA (MEDIA) TO THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR OF IMO STATE