Barr Olukomo Launches Operation Feed Municipal Area Council to Tackle Poverty...Impact Spans Six Geopolitical Zones Of The Country - News Panorama



In pursuit of the Presidential Renewed Hope Agenda and a mission to eradicate poverty, the Ambience of Hope Exceptional Foundation has launched Operation Feed  Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) aimed at eradicating poverty.

The National President of the Foundation, Barr. Alexandra Olukomo explained that the exercise involves the distribution of various materials such as charcoal stoves, hair dryers, grinding machines, hair clippers, coolers, pots, sewing machines, gas cookers, standing fans, generators, wheelbarrows, and more.

Barr. Olukomo said the foundation focuses on economic, financial, and spiritual emancipation, while passionately engaging in civil social responsibilities to make life meaningful for men, women, and children. 

"The vision includes creating an ambiance of hope for the hopeless, defending the defenseless, and offering a voice to the voiceless."

"We are thrilled to announce the commencement of Operation Feed AMAC, this collaborative effort is a testament to the commitment of the Federal Republic to alleviate poverty in Nigeria,”

”The foundation’s impact spans the six geopolitical zones of the country, with board members diligently running corporate social responsibility programs."

"Notably, the success of Operation Feed AMAC will soon lead to the launch of “Operation Feed the North” and “Operation Feed the South,” aiming to extend the initiative to all area councils in the Federal Capital Territory, including Abaji, Bwari, Gwagwalada, Kuje, and Kwali.”

“We extend our heartfelt appreciation to the Honourable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation for her rapid response and the integration of a committee to provide a roadmap for poverty reduction, Since our establishment in 2020, we have dedicated three years to humanitarian endeavors,” She added.

While soliciting moral and financial support, the Foundation President congratulated Minister Nyesom Wike and the Minister of State for their commendable efforts in ensuring the safety and well-being of Abuja residents.

“The establishment of the Federal Civil Service Commission in the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) and the exit of the FCT administration from Treasury Single Accounts are indeed landmark administrative reforms that should be applauded,” Barr. Olukomo stated.

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