FCAPCF Boss,Martins Efe Donates Palliative To Benin,Journalists

April 26 21:38 2020

Inline with its mandate towards reaching out to indigent Nigerians, the First Child & Prisoner Care Foundation (FCAPCF) founder Martins Efe, has donated food items and cash to Benin residents and journalists in Abuja.

The move came as a palliative measure to cushion the effect of the lockdown directive aimed at curbing the spread of the deadly Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic

According to the Ambassador Martins Efe who spoke through his mother Mrs Patience Efe, stated that the palliative is distributed to people to ameliorate the suffering of these helpless but industrious people, who can no longer sell their market and engage in other daily
income activities also Journalist who are in the frontline to keep the people informed.

He also urged the people to join the government in combating the COVID 19 in obeying the lockdown rule and taking precautionary measures.

‘’ I implore us to be proactive in the fight against COVID-19 and to do the little that is required of us to assist the government as we match on to Victory against this pandemic. We shall surely overcome”.

He also reaffirmed his commitment in contributing his quota in helping the vulnerable in Benin city, while calling on well-meaning Nigerians to support the government efforts.

“We use this opportunity to call on all well-meaning Nigerians to pitch in to ease the pain and suffering of our people in this period of hardship, in unity we shall conquer, God bless us all” he concluded.

Recall that, the Ambassador has earlier donated 5000 hand sanitizers and 5000 face mask to the gallant officers who are out there protecting the country and it’s citizenry.

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