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Lockdown : Billionaire Donates Food Items To Poor Indigenes In Cross River

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Chris Agara
Chris Agara

As the coronavirus pandemic outbreak bites very hard in the entire world, which has not only caused damages to the Nation’s economic, but has affected many households.

Cross River State billionaire and philanthropist, Chief Barrister Chris Agara, owner of Barr Chris Agara’s Foundation, Nigeria , (BCAF) has donated over 2,000 bags of rice and other food items to poor indigenes in Cross River State amidst lockdown to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.

In his usual way of always reaching out to the less privileges when need arises, the Foundation started the distribution yesterday with Ikom Local government area in the state. According to close source, Mr Paddy Tom who told, disclosed that the distribution would spread to other local government areas in the state in the coming days.

Paddy Tom said “the distribution of the items which began at Ikom LGA to other LGAs across the state are to be shared to the motherless baby homes, widows, orphanage homes, aged, and other categories of indigents across the state. He deem it fit that the clouds of cross river state and environs should by all cost be noteworthy of the stories of benevolence and magnanimity other States are benefiting”.

Continuing, he added that, this move is in a bid to encourage the stentorious efforts of his Excellency the digital Governor of cross river state in bringing succour to the people and also ameliorating the sufferings of the people in a time as trying as this.

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