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DAY 6: PETTY TRADERS IN EBEM, AKARA AND AFOR NGWU MARKETS RECEIVED THEIR TOUCHES TODAY

DAY 6: PETTY TRADERS IN EBEM, AKARA AND AFOR NGWU MARKETS RECEIVED THEIR TOUCHES TODAY

By Bethel Agbara

Today, in continuation of the Each One Aid One Business Support Outreach, the team visited three markets in Abia North. The first market to be visited was Ebem market in Ohafia local government where more than two hundred (200) petty traders were given Umbrellas and cash gifts.

The second market visited by the team was Akara market in Isikwuato local government area where many petty traders were given cash gifts and umbrellas for their businesses.

The third and the last market visited by the was Afor Ngwu market, Uzoakoli in Bende local government area, Abia State.

Speaking during the outreach, Prince AD Habu, who is the outreach coordinator briefed the traders on the mission and vision of the team. Highlighting that the gifts were given to them to help and improve their businesses. He stressed that the chairman of the foundation Engr. Nwafor Enyinnaya decided to embark on the project after seeing the negative effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on traders more especially the petty traders. He said that the chairman’s aim is simply to bring hope to the hopeless and as well to help the petty traders scale up their businesses.

The coordinator seriously charged the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the gifts given to them as the chairman is poised to release more funds to those who utilized theirs very well.

Responding, the traders thanked the team and specially thanked and prayed for the chairman of the foundation for remembering poor traders like them.

Stressing that the umbrellas will help them so much in preventing the sun from hitting them this period while the money will go a long way in scaling up their businesses.

Also Read: DAY 5: EACH ONE AID ONE PROCEEDS TO UTURU

They Prayed that God will continue to bless and prosper him.

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