COVID-19 FINANCIAL RELIEF FUND

Senator Tokunbo Abiru Covid-19 Financial Relief Fund

The covid-19 Financial Relief Fund was borne out of the need to provide succour to the vulnerable constituents due to the life-threatening effects...

Senator Tokunbo Abiru Covid-19 Financial Relief Fund

The covid-19 Financial Relief Fund was borne out of the need to provide succour to the vulnerable constituents due to the life-threatening effects of the covid-19 pandemic and the various variants which left a devastating blow on the economic lives of our people especially constituents of Lagos East.

For seventeen (17) consecutive months, Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru has been extending COVID-19 relief financial assistance to over 2500 vulnerable people in the Lagos East Senatorial District. On Wednesday, 1 June, 2022, beneficiaries of the Senator Tokunbo Abiru COVID-19 Relief Support Scheme received direct credits in their respective bank accounts.

These beneficiaries were nominated by 98 ward chairmen, Party chairmen, Community Development Committees (CDCs), Governor’s Advisory Council (GAC)leaders, Royal fathers, League of Imams, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and notable leaders in the 16 LGs/LCDAs of the Lagos East Senatorial district.

The scheme was earlier planned to terminate in December 2021, but the Senator graciously continued in the new year as the economic headwinds occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic are yet to fully abate. ‍ Abiru, fondly called the #DoingGood Senator said his concern for the plight of the poor necessitated the continuation of the financial support to ease the hardship of the vulnerable at the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid. ‍ Categories of beneficiaries include people with physical disabilities, widows, aged, unemployed youth and women drawn from the 98 wards in the 16 LGs/LCDAs of the Senatorial district.

The #DoingGood Senator who has been delivering on his mantra of , ‘ Greater good to the larger number of people’ , has been greatly commended for his novel interventions and programmes.

2500+ beneficiaries

Physically disabled, widows, aged, unemployed youths and women

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