Unveiling the Humanitarian Behind Emmanuel Njoku Foundation *how he transformed Eziala Nguru community

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Mr. Njoku is a consummate and dedicated executive with an exceptional entrepreneurial mindset. The Eziala Nguru, in Aboh Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria, born humanitarian however, still believes he has not done anything yet.

 

“I don t think I have done anything yet, I still believe I still have more to do for my people and i don t think there is anything big that i have done for them” stated Njoku a pathfinder; innovator and a motivator with sterling academic records and professional background, who has continues to bestride the business world like a colossus; with businesses spanning across various continents.

 

So versatile is this young man that he renders general and bespoke services in Health, Renewable energy, Human Resources Management, law and several other fields of human endeavor.
But yet like Oliver Twist he is still demanding more of himself to be able to believed he has done a bit of his own.

 

 

The visionary leader with proven track record of engineering organizational turnaround He is a man conscientiously devoted to charitable causes, currently sits as the chairman of Emma Njoku Foundation- a Non-Governmental Organization with focus on health and education, which has left indelible imprints on the minds and hearts of many individuals and organizations.

 

“I still believed there is still more to be done hence i am sounding like Oliver Twist. There are many things that will want to put our investment on which could make our people to feel our impact.”

 

Recalled that the Emman Njoku Foundations has supported projects like ;
2021 School Intervention which was held on December 22,2021.

it was tagged “Eziala Nguru Back to School Program ” and it mark the commencement of the Emma Njoku Foundation Free Medical Outreach.at the Eziala Nguru Maternal and Child Care Care.

 

He did not stop there he went further and hosted the Easter Intervention 2022
Easter Intervention 2022. which was tagged an April to remember as he ensured that uncountable number of lives were touched in very unique ways.

 

Two hundred and forty eight (248) persons benefited from the Free eye Check, screening and correctional lenses.
200 persons got our Easter Hamper consisting of Rice, Groundnut oil, seasoning, tomato paste, pepper and onion mix, curry, thyme and salt thus ensuring that on Easter Day, all they need is Kerosene to cook and meat.

 

Over 300 sanitary pads were also distributed in their own way of promoting menstrual hygiene.

 

10 carefully selected Artisans got the sum of #40,000 each in support of their business.

9 carefully selected Persons got the sum of #20,000 each as part of our hospital Decongestion programme mentioned for the payment of hospital bills.

30 carefully selected persons got #20,000 each as part of our market women support Grant in support of rural business.
This and more are our modest way of touching lives positively.

 

He did not stop there, he also made the road to feel his impact, with his Major Road Intervention, when on May 22, 2022
he put and returned smiles to the faces of Ndị Mbaise as Barr. Emma Njoku of Eziala Nguru in Umunneato Autonomous Community of Aboh Mbaise single-handedly undertook the fixing of major bad roads.

 

His donation of wheel -Chair on September 21, 2022 is still talk of the town. On 7th of September, 2022, Miss Ugochi Duru will remain evergreen as the management of Emma Njoku Foundation responded to her passionate appeal for an automated Wheelchair after surviving a cervical spinal. What of donations of 50 pews on October, 18, 2022 Community School, Eziala Nguru.

 

With all these Njoku still believes he is still far cry from what he wanted to do for people. “I always tell my workers and my people that i am still far cry from my targets, I just want my people my community and society at large to be happy ,hence the little things we are doing to make people happy.”

 

Talk of man humility, whose achievements speaks for him.

 

-by Ajibade Alabi