In the spirit of the Yuletide season, Sampson Ahuchaogu Foundation, on Wednesday, dolled out food items and cash gifts to over 1,000 people including: indigent women, Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), among other classes of individuals of Isiala Ngwa South descent and political blocks.
The gesture which is in line with the scope of his Foundation, which is uplifting lives, uplifting communities across the political blocs of Isiala Ngwa South, including Nvosi, Mbutu Amobi and OVOV blocks, attracted members of the Sampson Ahuchaogu Foundation, friends of the foundation as well as friends of the founder, Mr. Sampson Ahuchaogu.
Speaking at the event held at the compound of Mr Sampson Ahuchaogu in Umuekene, in Isiala Ngwa LGA of Abia State, The Director General, Sampson Ahuchaogu Foundation, Comrade Darlington Ahuruonye, said for the past six months, the foundation conceived the idea of touching lives, it has not relented in fulfilling its mission.
He added that the founder of the foundation is passionate about the disabled, indigent women, widows among others, informing that they have been giving cash to members of the foundation to manage their businesses and take care of their needs.
Comrade Ahuruonye stated that the essence of the gathering is to appreciate them for keeping faith in God and the founder.
On his part, the immediate past Chairman, Isiala Ngwa South, Hon. Ike Anyatonwu, commended Sampson Ahuchaogu, for showing that the downtrodden is taken care of, expressing optimism that God who has sustained the Foundation will continue to keep it running as well as use it to uplift the lives of many.
Contributing, the member representing Isiala Ngwa North State Constituency in the Abia State House of Assembly Hon. Ugochukwu Collins Iheonunekwu (Ochake), lauded the founder for the gesture and for also remembering the downtrodden, praying God to replenish him.
Reponding, the Founder, Sampson Ahuchaogu said God found him and touched his life, emphasizing that the best way to appreciate God for his blessings is to reach out to the downtrodden.
Ahuchaogu, who stressed the importance of giving, said it has opened doors for him, advising those present to continue to touch the lives of the less privileged around them while pledging to continue to be the mouthpiece of members of the foundation.
Some of the members of the foundation including: Ihuoma Amaechi, Samuel Egoro, Ivory Alozie, who spoke to newsmen, prayed God to continue to prosper the founders while also advising wealthy individuals in the State to borrow a clue from Sampson Ahuchaogu’s philanthropic gesture.