Abu Inu Umoru Donates Bags Of Rice, Other Food Items To Auchi Sacred Kingdom

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Chairman of Setraco Nigeria Limited, Chief Abu Inu Umoru, has donated hundreds of food items to Auchi Sacred Kingdom.

They are palliatives to support vulnerable households amid the novel COVID-19 pandemic.

The food items include 80 bags of rice, 50 bags of beans, 80 cartons of vegetable oil (by 12), and 960 tubers of yam.

Others are 96 cartons of tomato paste (by 50) and 120 cartons of super pack noodles (by 40).

The food items, ALEDEH gathered, would benefit about 1000 households.

They will be distributed among the 25 villages of Auchi and among the Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba and other communities in Auchi sacred kingdom.

Reacting to the kind gesture, the Otaru of Auchi, HRH Alhaji Aliru H. Momoh Ikelebe III, who personally received the items, hailed Inu Umoru for the donations.

The revered monarch, who expressed his gratitude, said he had to personally receive the items.

He also expressed surprise that “someone who was not seeking any political position” could remember Auchi Sacred Kingdom amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Otaru prayed that Allah rewards and replenishes Inu Umoru’s pocket.

The multimillionaire philanthropist has received several commendations for his kind gestures in the past.

In a birthday message last week, Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Clem Agba, commended his childhood friend for committing himself to the service of the less privileged and vulnerable ones in the society.

“We have shared a lot on how best to improve the conditions of our people in every material way and I have had no one commit himself to the service of the less privileged and underserved in society as you.

“Your humility, your compassion, your empathy and your advocacy on behalf of the vulnerable in society is unparalleled,” the minister said.

Chief Abu Inu Umoru is the Kauthar of Auchi Sacred Kingdom.

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