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Ayade’s Aide Donates Over 500 Face Masks, Liquid Soap, Sanitizers To Rural Communities

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Ayade’s Aide Donates Over 500 Face Masks, Liquid Soap, Sanitizers To Rural Communities

Calabar Sports Commission Finance Committee Chairman, Queen Gladys has rolled out over 500 face masks, liquid soap, plastic buckets with tap sanitizers to indigenes in some rural communities in Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River State to prevent them from contracting the dreaded disease, even though the state has not recorded any COVID-19 case.

The palliatives, according to Gladys are hospital consumables like protective wears, more than 500 safety face masks, among other things.

Queen Gladys who is also the founder of “NTOB’S FOUNDATION”, a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) aimed at reaching out to the less privileges in the society, told the people not to lose hope in the face of the current global Coronavirus pandemic and other challenges confronting them.

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She assured the people of her continuous support at all times, stressing that this is not time to be despair, but to keep faith alive as there is always light at the end of the tunnel, assuring that the challenges would soon be over.

According to her, “the times are indeed hard. The world peace and the existence of humankind have never been threatened like now. But, nothing should make anyone lose hope. The Coronavirus episode like those in the past would soon be forgotten, and life would go on again.

“I want to assure the good people of Obubra that I will continue to support them with everything necessary.

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She commended the efforts of Governor Ben Ayade for the provision of palliatives to ameliorate the sufferings of the masses and for taken quick and proactive approaches to ensuring that Cross River State is COVID-19 free.

Among the communities that benefited from the palliatives include ; Kwudiden palace Adun, Apiaumtet, Eja, Ijutrum, Ogurude, etc.

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