Philanthropist gives succour to widows of police officers

30 Dec 2015

Philanthropist gives succour to widows of police officers


Iwunze, handing over donation to CP, Imo, Taiwo Lakanu
THE air was calm, yet there was fervor in the air at the Police Headquarters, Owerri, Imo State when a notable and concerned child of the state, Nze Franklin Iwunze, augmented his empowerment program and love to the wives of killed policemen in the range. The dowagers, who were around 30, sang and drummed the distance to welcome their host.

Apart from the ladies, the Imo State Commissioner of Police, Taiwo Lakanu, accompanied by other top cops, were on hand to get Nze Iwunze. Tending to the social event, Nze Franklin Iwunze, the Ogbuagu of Nkwerre, said he was touched by the demise of policemen, who sacrificed their lives with regards to the country.

He expressed that in spite of the fact that, he welcomed the ladies to empower them financially, the dowagers required the backing of all Nigerians so survive and give their youngsters quality training, focusing on that Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister, once said "we bring home the bacon by what we get and make a life by what we give".

The energized Imo State Commissioner of Police, Taiwo Lakanu, recognized the humanitarian soul of Nze Franklin Iwunze, bringing up that in his numerous years of service as a cop, he had not seen any individual who thought it astute to remember dowagers of killed cops, particularly at this urgent time of merriment and urged other public lively people in the country to get a leaf from the Ogbuagu of Nkwerre.

Responding in the interest of the dowagers, the Welfare Officer of the Police Officers' Wives Association (POWA), Imo State Police Command, Mrs. Angela Chinweuba, showered acclaims on the Ogbuagu for his thoughtfulness and exhibition of love.

Highlight of the noteworthy event was the official handing over of a colossal money gift and 80 sacks of rice to the Imo State magistrate of police, Taiwo Lakanu, by Nze Franklin Iwunze, for the dowagers. The benefactor said he trusted the money gift would help the ladies to prepare their youngsters in school.


News Source: TheGuardianNigeria, 9jaTales

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