COVID 19: Jeff Nnamani’s Foundation Comes To Rescue (Photos)

Prince Dr Jeff Emeka Nnamani has through his Foundation began to touch the lives of his people. His Foundation, Austen Daniels Foundation shared food items to the five villages in his Community, Agbani Nkanu West LGA.

Austen Daniels Foundation gave out bags of garri, rice and hundreds of tubers of yam including soaps to the vulnerable in his community to cushion the effect of the COVID 19 caused by the closure of businesses to contain the pandemic.

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The Foundation also contributed to Nkanu west LGA and Enugu state palliative funds appeal.

Prince Dr Jeff Emeka Nnamani is the son of late HRH Igwe Chief D.O Nnamani of Agbani. He spent his career with oil giant Total Group Europe. He held several positions including General Manger sales, General Manager strategy and Executive Director strategy.

Upon retirement, he became a board member and Director Total Nig plc. He was also one time board member Nicon Insurance Corporation and member Governing Council Yaba College of Technology.

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Prince Dr Jeff Emeka Nnamani is a corporate guru per excellence. He is a philanthropist who has used his Foundation to empowerment many especially the youths and women.

Dr Nnamani urged ndi Agbani and the people of Enugu state to obey all govt directives and guidelines as the fight to contain this pandemic continues. He equally advise them to maintain physical distancing, wash their hands regularly and use facemasks.

Those who received the palliatives thanked the donor for remembering them at this period of economic challenges.

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