Come to our aid – Otinibi, the inhabitants of Adoteiman appeal to philanthropists
The inhabitants of Otinibi and Adoteiman in the Greater Accra region appealed to philanthropists, cooperation organizations, individuals to come to their aid and support them both financially and in employment.
The appeal was made when the king of the Igbos of Adoteiman, His Royal Highness Igwe Dr Chuma Raymond Okadigbo, the Okanumee I and his elders donated bags of rice, boxes of soap, boxes of sardines, packs of bottled water, toiletries, among others. for them.
His Royal Highness Igwe Dr Chuma Raymond Okadigbo said that as the leader of the Igbo community in Adoteiman, he pledged to make such donations to support the needy, widows, widowers, single mothers, people elderly, unemployed youth swarming with the community to stand and do.
“As you can see, this is the seventh time that we have embarked on this exercise of giving. Myself, my elders have made this decision to feed the needy, the widows, the widowers, the elderly, the young unemployed, single parents in our way so that they can also get something “.
According to him, plans are well advanced for the Igbo community of Adoteiman to extend this kind gesture to the other fifteen regions.
Speaking to Mr. Emmanuel Nsiah Akpor, a resident of Adoteiman expressed his deep gratitude to Chef Igbo and his team for coming to their aid when it is most needed.
“We are very grateful to them for having us in mind and all I can say is God bless them so that they can continue to support us. The Chief and his elders have supported us a lot my brothers and sister are in it. witnesses this is the seventh time “.
Adding that the residents of the two communities depended on agricultural land but that all were sold illegally by land guides.
“We depended on farmland, but unfortunately it was all sold by land guides and this led some of us to depend on daily jobs to survive. Let me use this medium to call on the government and other philanthropists to emulate the steps taken by Chief Igbo and his people to come and support us. “
About five thousand people were fed as part of the philanthropic gesture led by Chief Igbo and his elders.