COVID –19 Lockdown: IRDC distributes Foodstuffs to Ugborodo Communities

 COVID –19 Lockdown: IRDC distributes Foodstuffs to Ugborodo Communities

By: Tetsoma Neyin

As part of its social responsibilities to the people, the Itsekiri Regional Development Council, IRDC has recently distributed Foodstuffs to the six Ugborodo communities under IRDC to cushion the sufferings of the people during this stay at home period.

The food items worth about 4 million naira includes, bags of rice, garri, tubers of yam, palm oil and vegetable oil.

The Trust Chairman of Ugborodo community, Barr. Austin Oboroegbeyi, while presenting the food items to the beneficiaries, appealed to them to manage the food items given to them, saying that “We do not know how long the lockdown would last.”

He thanked IRDC for their timely support to the people, even as he urged Government at all levels and well- meaning Ugborodo indigenes to also render their support. 


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