Super Eagles midfielder, John Ogu launches Covid-19 Education palliative scheme

SUPER Eagles midfielder, John Ogu has unveiled a Covid-19 Education Palliative scheme in Anambra state to cushion the effects of the lockdown following outburst of the dreaded corona virus codenamed Covid-19.

The initiative which was conceived under the aegis of John Ogu Foundation is according to the founder a means to give back and support the society in a critical situation the world is going through, adding that the foundation will distribute free books, audio books, e-books, learning charts and other learning materials to students between 14th and 16th May, 2020.

According to the foundation, the gesture is aimed at helping students learn at home while on lockdown to lessen the negative effects of the pandemic on education and students.

In a similar vein, Super Eagles’ star, John Obi Mikel has donated food items including bags of rice, beans, noodles and others around a Jos community to support the poor in the society who are badly hit by the lockdown following the pandemic. According to report, Mikel spent most of his childhood in Jos, Plateau state capital

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