Medical and Palliative Distribution at Koko Ama Community

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson
Posted December 18, 2020 from Nigeria

Hunger and well-being is an aspect we can't overlooked in our society Yesterday 17th December 2020. Progressive Solidarity Forum Rivers State stormed  Koko Ama Community for a medical and palliative distribution with support from Hon. Nancy Stephen and other partners, I was part of The team to ensure participants benefits from The event as we continue to impact lives The event was flagged off at the kings palace   HRM Frank Hezekiah I Koko The Amayeanabo of Koko Ama Kingdom, who welcomed us and was grateful for bringing such a great event to his community, Feedback from participants were so encouraging while most of them said they will be expecting us next time  Indeed it was A huge success

 

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Nini Mappo
Dec 18, 2020
Dec 18, 2020

Hello Nwankwo,
Thank you for sharing your reach out event with health supplies that are much needed in this period where many have experienced significant economic challenges. I din's know that some places in Nigeria still have kingdoms. What does the king do? Just curious is all. I hope that you and your family are well in the advent to Christmas. Sending a hearty Christmas cheer your way :)

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Dec 21, 2020
Dec 21, 2020

Hello, Johnson,

Wow, what is the king palace? Thank you for providing photos. We applaud you for all that you do for your communities and your country. Keep it up. Thank you for the update!

KABAHENDA KIGGUNDU
Dec 28, 2020
Dec 28, 2020

Wow Nwankwo!
What a commendable effort of solidarity and fraternity during the holiday season when so many people are in need of medical attention.
I hope that you will reach out to your communities not just at the end of year, but throughout the year.
Thank you for sharing this admirable event. More power to you.