Okowa’s Aide Boosts Community’s Revenue With Donation Of Deep Freezer, Consumables
A Senior Special Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, Engr. Emmanuel Okpemagware Omuvwie has donated deep freezer, soft drinks of different brands and other items to Amuokpokor-Elume Community in Sapele Local Government Area of Delta State to boost the internally generated revenue of the community.
Presenting the items to the leadership of the community, led by the Chairman, Mr. Christopher Efe Obule, Mr Samuel Azu, among others, the Governor’s Aide enjoined the leadership of the community to put the items into optimal use so as to boost the revenue base of the community, adding that it was necessary for the community leaders to start thinking out of the box towards the economic strengthening and development of the community.
Omuvwie, who is also the Chairman/CEO of Kpemisco Nigeria Limited and represented at the occasion by Comrade Egbesu Samson, said that the donated items should be managed by men of unquestionable character who can utilise the opportunity to boost the internally generated revenue of the community.
He stated that with the donated items and the near availability of electricity owing to the 10KVA power generating transformer earlier donated to the community by him, cold water and drinks could be sold to not only residents in the community, but those in neighbouring communities, particularly during major events.
Responding, Mr. Obule thanked Engr. Omuvwie for his untiring efforts at ensuring that the community continued to remain on the trajectory to greater heights, adding that the community owed him a lot of appreciation, just as he prayed that God would continue to give him good health, excellent financial disposition and the ennoblement that would enhance the actualisation of his passion to uplift humanity.
It would be recalled that the Engr. Emmanuel Okpemagware Omuvwie had recently attracted an NDDC 1.5 kilometre concrete paved road project to the community as well as beautifying the major road in the community with over 750 planted species of the masquerade trees, spanning over 2.5 kilometres.