The Warri Federal Constituency representative at the Federal House of Representatives, Green Chamber Abuja, Hon. Chief Thomas Ereyitomi JP has presented stimulus package to physically challenged persons across Warri South, Warri North and Warri South-West local Government Areas, Delta State.
The aim of the stimulus package is to help cushion their pains during the COVID-19 lockdown stay at home order by the state government.
Chief Thomas Ereyitomi JP while presenting the palliative package to the physically challenged charged them to make equitable sharing of the donation given them so that all will benefit and have a sigh of relief at the COVID 19 Pandemic lockdown period ravaging the global existence.
Barr. Alex Gbiwen, Senior Legislative Aide and Hon. Emma Nunu represented the Warri National Assembly member during the handing over of the palliative package to the Warri physically challenge persons living with disabilities, they urged them to adhere to government measures put in place in tackling the COVID Pandemic.
Chairman of Physically Challenge Warri South, Fatai Onifade, Chairman Warri North , Victor Oniyeburutan and Warri South-West chairman, Miracle Amatesiro, both accompanied by their secretaries and treasurers, collected the cash donation from Chief Ereyitomi through Barr. Gbiwen and Hon. Nunu, who acted accordingly in making sure the palliatives are distributed based on instruction given.
Responding, chairman of the group, Warri South-West, Miracle Amatesiro commended the Warri National Assembly member for remembering them at such a critical time with splashes of financial support, assuring that it will be optimally and evenly shared among members to alleviate their hardship being experienced.
They both added that Chief Ereyitomi has displayed the quality spirit of a true leader showing as tripartite voice of the people of the Three Warri at the National Assembly which will take time to match by anybody.
“We have never had it these good in history of Warri Federal Constituency. God bless him up up you go Chief Ereyitomi,” they added.