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Philanthropist, Hon Alex Ikwechegh To Grade Roads In Abia

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Abia born philanthropist and the Founder of Alex Ikwechegh Foundation, Chief (Hon) Alex Mascot Ikwechegh, has unveiled plans to grade roads in rural communities of Abia State.

The rural road grading, which is being carried out under the Alex Ikwechegh Foundation, will take place simultaneously across all the three Abia North, Central, and South senatorial districts on February 3, 2021.

Chief Alex, Founder of GrossField Group, through his Foundation, has therefore directed rural dwellers to identify roads that need grading in their communities and reach the Foundation through 08064119000 or 08033023854 for action.

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This latest philanthropic gesture from the Abia born Chief Alex Ikwechegh does not come as a surprise to many owing to his numerous projects and programs for humanity, community development outreach, and nation building initiatives, across Abia state and Nigeria at large.

Ahead of last year’s yuletide season, as it has always been an old tradition for the Alex Ikwechegh Foundation boss, Chief Alex donated several items including bags of rice, cartons of noodles, fuel, kerosene, and other palliatives to households and orphanage homes.

Chief (Hon) Alex Ikwechegh, the ‘Nkuma Dike Ndigbo’ and Igbere pride, has through his Alex Ikwechegh Foundation, over the years, donated to the poor and carried out several unprecedented philanthropic gestures across the country.

His distribution of free fuel and kerosene to Abians has become an annual event in the whole of Abia state, including the commercial city of Aba, a gesture which marks the philanthropist’s August 25th birthdays.

During the recent coronavirus-imposed lockdown across the country, the founder of GrossField Group and billionaire business mogul embarked on massive distribution of free palliatives to the good people of Abia state.

He also, through his Alex Ikwechegh Foundation, donated cash gifts and other items to widows in Abia and offset the hospital bills of many including a woman whose fingers were allegedly cut off by Fulani herders in the State.


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