In continuation of it’s humanitarian activities to the less privileged in the society, EMNAMU FOUNDATION has kick started another phase of distribution of relief materials to the poorest and the aged.
The flag up ceremony took place in Kala’a, Hong local Government of Adamawa State.
The chairmen and members of the foundation across the three local Governments of Gombi, Hong and song converged at Kala’a to pick the materials for onward distribution to beneficiaries in their various communities.
The CEO and founder Dr Emmanuel Musa while addressing the volunteer groups through zoom network commended them for their sacrifices and resilience in carrying out service to humanity.
He said service to humanity is full of God’s blessings, hence the need for them to continue to put in more efforts.
While thanking them for accepting to be volunteers for charity services, Dr Emmanuel Musa assured to do his best in ensuring that the tempo is sustained.
The Founder EMNAMU FOUNDATION charged them to continue to unite together for the progress and development of their communities as efforts is being put in place to bring developments through provision of social aminities.
The state Coordinator EMNAMU FOUNDATION, Kukuya Godwin while flagging up the distribution said the event is part of the core objectives of the founder to cater for the less privileged and the poor in the society.
He noted that the foundation having considered the current hardships being experienced as a result of economic crunch, deem it necessary to cater for the downtrodden in the society hence the distribution.
The coordinator maintained that members of the volunteer groups in various communities will identify real beneficiaries in accordance with the data available to them.
He reiterates that EMNAMU FOUNDATION remains non political, non religious but humanitarian and will continue with it’s mandate of transforming lives of those who can not cater for themselves.
The chairman Hong Local Government who was represented by his vice, commended the founder for his foresight in assisting the less privilege and called on others to emulate Dr Emmanuel Musa.
In their separate remarks Imam Ahijo and Pastor Tayani described Dr Emmanuel Musa as God saint not only to the people of Kala’a and Hong but Nigeria as a whole, noting that the two religious preaches on the need for people to assist the needy and prayed God to reward him abundantly.
The Board of trustees member of the foundation Alhaji Alheri had earlier well come all members of the foundation from the fourty two communities and wish them successful outing.
Members of the volunteer groups without any delay has since commenced the distribution to the targeted beneficiaries.