The founder Kelvin Jombo Foundation , Chief Kelvin Jombo Kalu Onumah has rolled out emergency relief materials and cash, worth over N10m towards cushioning the effect of lockdown on members of his community, less privileged people, especially those who cannot afford to fed unless they earn a daily income.
Chief Kelvin Jombo Kalu Onumah distributed personnel protective equipment (PPE) to health centers in Abiriba, Abia State. Among the relief materials shared were 500 bags of 5kg rice, over hundred cartons of tin tomatoes, groundnut oil, maggi cubes, salt, toothpaste, mosquito repellent, 1,000 litres of kerosene, face mask, hand gloves and buckets with tap, among several others.
The foundation also shared a cash of N3m among the sick, elderly, disabled and poor families to enable them meet up with the emergency situation that COVID-19 lockdown has brought upon the society. The distribution of relief materials was done at all the 17 villages that make up the Ancient kingdom of Abiriba, while adhering to safety precautions and limits set for health purpose.
In appreciation, the Enachioken of Abiriba, the Effa of Agboji, Ukpaghari of Amaogudu and the various village heads (Ezeogo) applauded the initiative and prayed for God to bless the founder Chief Kelvin Jombo Kalu Onumah.
Also, the local Government Chairman, Hon Prince Fred Idika commended the foundation’s efforts and urged the people to maintain safety tips on Covid-19 to mitigate it’s spread.
Meanwhile, News Center Nigeria gathered that Chief Kelvin Jombo Kalu Onumah is not a political office holder and not even interested in politics, a claim he always confirm on several occasions.