By CrossRiverWatch admin
The Odey Adamade Foundation has informed CrossRiverWatch that they will be putting smiles on the faces of less privileged people in Obudu local government council this Yuletide season.
The foundation will be distributing food items to the less privileged across the ten political wards in Obudu on the 22nd of December 2015.
Coordinator of the program, Mayor Undeshi told CrossRiverWatch that the “team will specifically be targeting widows, physically challenged persons, blind centers, chest and leprosy units and prisons.
“The collection centers will be at Obudu local government Guest House and Utugwang Secondary School, same day. Interested people should contact me on 07063415555.
“Our main objective is making the less privileged and physically challenged persons have a sense of belonging and to also know there is nothing that distinguishes us from them” He said.
The Odey Adamade Foundation is a charitable foundation involved in youth development and advocacy as well as humanitarian outreaches. The foundation is also responsible for the annual Adamade Odey Peace Cup Football Competition in Obudu LGA.
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