COVID-19: Kogi Born Business Man, Dr Bolufemi To Distributes 5000 Bags Of Rice, Motorcycles Others To Kogi Residents
Kogi Philanthropist, business tycoon and founder of ROTSHADE HELPLINK INITIATIVE, Dr Boluwafemi Rotimi has said that the initiative will distribute 5000 bags of rice and hundreds of motorcycles to residents of his local government Ijumu, in continuation with its COVID-19 Emergency Response.
The Initiative’s latest gesture is coming after its recent donation of over 2000 bags of rice to some Lokoja residents in Maigari’s palace today, some churches in the state capital of Lokoja also benefited from the kind gesture of the initiative, this is to serve as palliatives in combatting the dreaded coronavirus pandemic.
According to the Founder of the Initiative, Dr. Bolufemi, its a philanthropic effort started from the state capital LOKOJA, where we distributed relief items to indigent residents. He said “We have more than 2000 bags of rice already distributed in lokoja but 5000 will be going to ijumu next week by God grace”
While commending the efforts of government and everyone who has contributed to the wellbeing of the people of the state, Dr. Bolufemi promised that ROTSHADE HELPLINK INITIATIVE would continue to join hands with others to help the people and win the war against Coronavirus.
Explaining the reason behind the gesture, he noted that “in its years of existence, ROTSHADE has fostered and championed the cause of the less privileged through scholarships and several donations.
He said, “ROTSHADE has also been providing widows and youths with means of livelihood and survival.
He stressed that touching lives remains the primary goal of ROTSHADE HELPLINK INITIATIVE.
The actual date of distribution in Ijumu LGA will be communicated soon.
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