Goddosky FC Chairman Donates Hundreds Of Motorcycles To Anambra Traders
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By Our Correspondent
In his continued philanthropic gesture towards alleviating the sufferings of his people in Anambra State, South East Nigeria, the chairman and founder of Goddosky Football Club, Ezinifite, Nnewi South, Chief Eloka Godwin Agbasimelo has donated hundreds of motorcycles to traders in Anambra State, Bestchoicesports.com.ng can report.
Popularly called Oga Ndi Oga, Chief Agbasimelo donated the motorcycle so far in 17 out of the 21 local government areas in state.
This move is coming barely a week after he distributed one thousand bags of rice, one thousand tubers of yam, one thousand cartons of tomatoes among other to the people’s of Nnewi South living in Lagos to help mitigate the impact of Coronavirus in them.
This latest gesture will help to better the live of the traders in the state who find it difficult going from their LGA of resident to another to transact business due to long distances.
He gave out hundreds of motor cycles to individuals of different local govt with 17 local government Areas so far covered.
The 17 local governments he has covered include Aguata, Anaocha, Awka north, Awka south, Anyamelum, Dunukofia, Ekwusigo, Idemili north, Idemili south, Ihiala, Njikoka, Nnewi north, Nnewi south, Ogbaru, Orumba North, Orumba South and Oyi LGAs.
The remaining local governments yet to receive from his benevolence are Anambra East and West, Onitsha North and South.
Chief Oga Ndi Oga has made it a duty to help people by alleviating their sufferings as much as possible.
The recipients also got N10, 000. 00 to register the motorcycles with relevant authorities and be able to fuel them as well.
Similar, Chief Agbasimelo paid the hospital bills of patients in hospitals tjroughbhis Oga Ndi Oga Foundation, ONOF.
The bill he paid include patients who were operated on fibroid, goita, eye surgeries, among others. His foundation is a beckon of hope to the people.
Goddosky FC is playing in the Nationwide League One, NLO.