Agi SAN shares palliatives to less-privileged in Cross River northern district
BY: Our Admin.
Concerned about the difficulties faced by the less privileged ones in the midst of the lock-down directives and other measures from government to curb the spread of the Covid-19 Pandemic, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Joe Agi SAN has reached out to scores of families in the Northern part of Cross River State.
He is a native of the district which has five local government areas, namely, Bakwara, Obanliku, Obudu, Ogoja and Yala.
The palliatives taken to the area on his behalf by a team of volunteers included 1000 bags of 50kg stone-free-rice and 1000 cartons of instant noodles among other items.
Leader of one of the teams who helped to distribute the food items and other relief materials, Mr Mike Ijim said “the Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Agi has always been at home with his people and never forgets his roots.”
He urged beneficiaries to stay safe and adhere to all the health advises issued on the COVID-19 pandemic by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC.
He particularly stressed the importance of personal hygiene practices as well as social distancing.
The Volunteer team, mostly youths were dressed in branded T-shirts were enthusiastic and battled to maintain decorum as the surging crowd of beneficiaries gathered at various points were the distribution took place.
Recipients were seen appreciating the gesture and praying God to continually bless their son who have come to their aide in the time of need and difficulties.