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A non-governmental charity organisation, David & Desmond Foundation, has donated education materials to selected Primary schools with underprivileged pupils in Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State.

The founder of the foundation, Ozo Onyebuchi Ani while presenting some education materials and a cash donation of N250, 000 to the management of Ama Hillcrest Foundation School, Umuezeani Ameke Ngwo, said that the foundation is out to inspire learning at the developmental stage.

“We are not only inspiring our children to learn but also supporting Nigerian Breweries Plc-Ama team ably led by Mr Peter Ani in their efforts through Cooperate Social Responsibility in providing quality education to their host community.

“We cannot ignore the fact that every child needs quality education in building the future of our society and that of nation.”

Ozo Onyebuchi also noted that the foundation is dedicated to building our immediate environment’s educated future and the prosperity of Enugu State.

He also noted that the foundation after thinking of what to do to ease pressure on parents, decided to make the donations to impact on the pupils of Ama Hillcrest Foundation School Umuezeani Ameke Ngwo.

The foundation has in the past provided exercise books, textbooks, uniforms cash donations and other educational materials including handling school fees payments for pupils in some communities in Udi Local Govt Area since its inception three years ago.

In her appreciation message on behalf of the school management, Mrs Blessing Ozike expressed gratitude to the foundation for distributing the educational items to the pupils and their efforts in supporting education in the state.

Also note that Nigerian Breweries Plc Ama through its Cooperate Social Responsibility have built a ultra modern Civic Center, Ama Skills Acquisition Center, fish pond, as well as provision of scholarships for the Umuezeani Ameke Ngwo, the host community.

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