The Commissioner representing Okpe, Sapele and Ethiope West on the Board of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC), Hon. Jonathan Amitaye donated cash, sacks of rice, other food stuffs, toiletries and gift items to the less privileged and motherless babies home in Sapele, during his visits to the Monica Davis Buwa Orphanage home.
Speaking to Journalists, Hon. Amitaye said he is putting smiles on the faces of the less privileged persons as part of his social responsibility and also to make them, “know that we care for them because they are part of the society.”
Adding that as those holding public offices, “we need their prayers to succeed, the Governor and the Speaker cares about less privileged, so, we are emulating their footsteps to reach out and meet some of their needs,” stressing that he is in office to serve the people to the glory of God.
The proprietor of the Orphanage Home, Madam Monica Davis Buwa who said that she has been taken care of less privileged persons and orphans in the past 43 years expressed happiness over the donation.
She also urged the state Governor help them in caring for the children, saying that the God of the orphanage will bless him Governor Okowa and his team.
Madam Buwa while calling on well meaning Nigerians to emulate the gesture of Hon. Amitaye, commended the effort of the Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Monday Ovwigho Igbuya, for reaching out to the orphans.