Unubiko Foundation Clears Medical Bills of Patients at FMC Umuahia, Abia Majority Leader Hails Founder, Describes Him As God Sent

 

The Majority Leader of Abia State House of Assembly, Hon Okoro Uchenna Kalu has lauded the humanitarian gestures of a foremost Philanthropist, Founder/CEO of Unubiko Foundation, Chief James Ume (Ike Abam), for taking up the welfare of humanity as priority, describing him as a ‘God Sent’.

 

Hon. Okoro responding to the news of the Philanthropic gesture of Chief James Ume towards patients at the Federal Medical Center, Umuahia,who were struggling to clear their medical bills after being discharged by the Hospital, said the founder of Unubiko Foundation has once again proven to be human driven.

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He noted with pleasure other developmental and life changing projects carried out by the renowned Philanthropist, explaining that ‘Ike Abam’ has since written his name in the hearts of the people.

Continuing, the Lawmaker who represents the people of Arochukwu State Constituency at the Abia State House of Assembly, also appreciated Chief James Ume for single handedly building the Amaelu Abam Customary Court, which was handed over to the Judiciary last week and explained that it would ensure a quick dispensation of justice in the area.

He prayed God to shower more blessings on Chief James Ume to enable him continue his good works.

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Recall that Unubiko Foundation which is a Non-Governmental Humanitarian Organisation, founded by Chief James Ume, swung into action as usual and cleared the Medical bills of many indigent persons at the Federal Medical Centre, (FMC), Umuahia, Abia State.

At the event, the Founder/Chairman of UNUBIKO Foundation, Chief Chijioke Junior James Ume (Ike Abam),was represented by Engr. Dr. Okoro Christopher Kalu, paying millions of naira to the Hospital Management on behalf of the discharged indigent patients to enable them to go home and resume their normal life.