Nutritin and medical outreach

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson
Posted March 5, 2020 from Nigeria
Administering drugs to people from the community

Joy unspeakable and we were overwhelmed I and my team(Galent Star Global and Ofure Centre for Peace ) added smile to the people of Agbate ii Ebubu of Eleme Community here in rivers state. Last Saturday 2959th of February, 2020 Through our medical outreach

This community is difficult to reach despite been surrounded with several oil wells, Yet they lack good access road, drinkable water, No single medical centre. They have only one primary school and a teacher, No secondary school, Imagine the living condition these people experience

It takes everything to love, When we do our bit we can transform the world we crave for.

#TogetherWeCan

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Jill Langhus
Mar 06
Mar 06

Hi Emeka,

How are you? Oh, wow! I'm glad you and your team are helping this community. Is Galent Star Global and Ofure Centre for Peace the name of your organization? Do you have a website and/or social media page(s) to follow? Thanks for sharing your outreach project and photos.

Hope you have a great weekend.

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

Hi Jill
Thanks for your concern, yes am and my team are doing greatly well.
No they are just partners and the name of my NGO is
Connecting Peace Initiative
Facebook..com/connectingpeaceinitiative
Twitter.com/connectpeacein

#TogetherWeCan
As we continue to Impact lives positively

Jill Langhus
Mar 07
Mar 07

Hi there,

You're welcome, and great to hear!

Okay, I've liked your FB page and am following your Twitter page now. Thanks for sharing:-)

Anita Shrestha
Mar 06
Mar 06

Thank you for sharing powerful story

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

You are welcome
Kindly follow is

We follow back
Twitter..com/conectpeacein

Hello, Emeka,

Congratulations on organizing this event! You are right, #TogetherWeCan!

Thanks for sharing!

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Mar 23
Mar 23

Hello Emeka
Thanks for the great initiative. You are doing great things.Congratulation for helping the community.God bless you
In solidarity
Veronica Ngum