Alex Ikvecheg wins Northern Women’s Assembly award (photo)

Posted by on Oct 28, 2020, Under: News

Alex Ikvecheg wins Northern Women’s Assembly award (photo)

Renowned Nigerian Chief Philanthropist (The Honorable) Alex Ifeani, Ikvecheh’s mascot, has been honored with the prestigious Northern Women’s Assembly (NOWA) Outstanding Achievement Award.

Igbere TV reports that the founder of the Alex Ikveceh Foundation and President of the GrossField Group has been honored and honored Wednesday with the NOWA Icon of Hope for the underprivileged.

According to NOWA, Ikvecheh was honored in recognition of his “enormous contribution to humanity through philanthropy, empowering women / youth, community development and nation building.”

Speaking at the awards ceremony in Lagos, the leader of the visiting NOWA delegation described Ikvecheh as a symbol of hope for the oppressed in society.

Said the Honorable. Ikveceh has touched the lives of many in society through his Alex Ikveceh Foundation, including women’s / youth empowerment and donation to orphanages.

The NOWA team stated that they chose to identify with the renowned philanthropist given his great success and contribution to society and humanity.

After canceling its hit list by reading the quote from Ikvechekh, NOWA described the winner as “erratic, creative, super-smart” with many “respectable and enviable” talents.

“He is extremely hardworking and determined. Hon. Alex Ifeani’s mascot, Ikvecheg, is simple, modest, classic and special. And it has fantastic characters that are extremely adorable and adorable. “

Applauding the recipient of the award, the NOWA team said that Ikvecheh was recognized for his “contributions and dedication to community, humanity and society.”

“This auspicious reward is undoubtedly the result of your tireless and tireless efforts,” characterizing Ikveceh as “a man of wealth.”

“This award is not only an indicator of how good you are, but also a sign that we have bigger, higher and better things ahead of us,” added NOWA.

They applauded the Honorable. Alex Ikvechekha for his excellent leadership style, quality and ability to take responsibility and serve humanity.

For his part, Hon. Noticeable euphoria. Alex Ikvechekh, thanking the NOWA management for the kind gesture and honor, reaffirmed his commitment to continue to do good in society.

He said he never knew he was being watched from afar and vowed to renew his contributions to humanity, society and social development through his Alex Ikveceh Foundation.

Hon. Alex Ikvecheh, Nkuma Dike Ndigbo, through his Alex Ikvecheh Foundation, donated to the poor and carried out various charitable activities throughout the country.

Its free fuel and kerosene giveaway has become an annual event in Abia State, a gesture that marks the donor’s 25th birthday in August.

During the blockade imposed by the coronavirus throughout the country, Hon. Ikveceh has taken over the free distribution of palliatives to the good people of Abia.

In addition, through his Alex Ikvechekh Foundation, he donated cash gifts and other items to widows in Abia and paid hospital bills to many, including a woman who was allegedly cut on her fingers by Fulani shepherds in the state.

Hon. Ikvecheh donated household items in 2019, including mattresses, pots, buckets, food and clothing, to victims of police attacks in Ndiyegoro, a community in the South Aba local government area in Abia.

In numerous charity events, Alex Ikvechekh also paid attention to the NEPA box office in Igber, which has now acquired a new look after reconstruction carried out by a philanthropist.

On the security front, because Alex Ikvecheh believes his people should be protected at all times, the Aba philanthropist donated cars to several vigilante groups.

As a lover of education Hon. Within the framework of the Alex Ikveceh Foundation scholarship program, thousands of students, including alumni and students from Abia.

He single-handedly rebuilt the Igbere Community High School in Igbere, Abia State, and continued to donate millions to return the oppressed and orphaned to society each time.

Source: – Igbere TV