FOUNDER, Bemys Foundation, Mrs Mercy Eguriase Sule, has stressed the need for people not to relent in providing palliative to the less privileged.
According to her, the ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will continue for a long time to come and as such, those who have should endeavour to share with those who does not have.
Mrs Sule disclosed that her foundation was set to distribute another set of palliatives to the people of Ethiope East local government of Delta State.
Agboje Chuks in a report, stated that the palliative would help the economic effects of COVID-19 on the vulnerable.
Mrs Mercy, who was a frontline House of Assembly aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in the 2019 general elections said, Wards 8, 7 and 4 would benefit from the donation.
“I have to reciprocate the love and trust shown to me by this community that stood firm with me during last year 2019 election, I can do nothing but to appreciate them with the little from my heart and to thank them to have given me the opportunity to represent them even though things didn’t work out as planned.
“We are not only going to give out palliatives to my people but we have also decided to set up a food bank in Ovu so that any person who needs food can go and collect,” the philanthropist said.
By Kennedy Ebinum