Bishop Aloysius Ikegwuonu New Project For His Community In Anambra State (photos)
Bishop Aloysius Ikegwuonu is in the news, this time for a worthy cause.
The popular philanthropist is reported to be constructing road worth millions of naira free of charge for his ancestral community Ozubulu.
This is how the news was reported on his public Facebook page, “Ebubechukwuzo Foundation”:
“Inspection of Ofufe Amakwa Ozubulu Road Ekwusigo Local Government Area -to- Ukpor, Nnewi South Local Government Area with the Link Bridge which had collapsed about 25 years ago is now Completed and the Road Tarred to 12cm with Dredging of the River And HRH Igwe Fidelis Nnamdi Oruche, Okife II of Ozubulu Road Amakwa – linking – Three Corner Nza with Gutter on both sides getting ready for Ashphalting, all these roads are being single handedly sponsored, funded and constructed by the Founder of Ebubechukwuzo Foundation Ozubulu High Chief Aloysius Ikegwuonu (Bishop)
He (Bishop) undertakes to replace, rebuild and reconstruct the Fences, Buildings and Election Poles affected by this road construction
In an interview, he said
It’s good to buy latest Bentley or Rolls Royce Phantom as young man that I am (He laughs) but it’s better to use the money to help the condition of my people who are suffering and those living around me, especially when we know that such cars last according to their models but these roads when constructed with this highest quality will last for a lifetime”
~Love God, Love his People and Serve God, Serve his people~
“May God make you that is following a tool also to serve your people with riches abundantly. Amen” End.
In a related development, the same Bishop yesterday approved the monthly pension of all the Aged people from the age of 70 and above in his community Ozubulu.
According to report, the monthly pension of these aged people in his community was stopped by him ever since the deadly Sunday attack that took place at St Philip’s Catholic Church Ofufe Amakwa Ozubulu., an attack that took the life of his dad and so many other innocent victims.
The beneficiaries were so happy after receiving their complete 8 months pension from the philanthropist and each of the beneficiaries went home with N80,000 (Eighty Thousand Naira) each.
The community has about 60 (Sixty) of them who are still alive.