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My Palliatives Weren’t Politically Motivated, It Was For The Poorest Of The Poor – Onyeama

Geoffrey Onyeama

Geoffrey Onyeama

Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama has come out to say that the palliatives his Charity Organization, Kwusike Foundation shared in various segments of Enugu residents were not a politically motivated goodwill.

Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama recently revealed that the relief materials were not distributed to APC members only, and he targetted the poorest of the poor, orphanages, physically challenged and the old people

According to him, reports saying the palliatives were not meant for politicians was false as it was never based on party or political considerations.

He added that the complete COVID-19 test kit, PPEs, and other medical equipment donated to the state Government were for the benefit of Enugu people, irrespective of political affiliations.

His words, “We didn’t invite political party members because the palliatives were not meant for politicians or APC members; they were clearly for the less privileged people of Enugu state. So, I don’t know where Ben Nwoye and his cohorts fabricated the story that some party members were denied access to the venue.

“May I on behalf of the Kwusike Foundation, reiterate that what we are giving out to Enugu people are not for political patronage, hence, could not be based on party or political considerations.

“In fact, the complete COVID-19 test kit, PPEs and other medical equipment donated to the state Government were for the benefit of Enugu people.”

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