Dr Onyinye Kay Rufus-OBI, a notable indigene of Umuokogbuo-Eluama in Isuikwuato local government, Abia State recently distributed over 500 bags of rice and wrappers to several communities in the local government.
This is in line with the generosity which her late father Rufus Obi was known for, and also an attribute which she adopted even from the womb.
The distribution of the bags of rice and wrappers were done in batches and on different days and venue to different communities like Umuokogbuo community, Umuobiala community, Amaba community, Ovim community, and some communities in Eluama.
She also distributed to some political wards like ward 4, ward 6 and some political structures set up by her fans and well wishers within Isuikwuato.
Dr Onyinye Kay Rufus-Obi, is the Managing Director of Home Essentials Limited and Ureccon Limited. She sits on the board of several companies including but not limited to Rufus Obi Chemists and Co Limited and Mogjan Nigeria Limited. The later executes the security of railways in the country.
For over10 years, Dr Onyinye Kay Rufus-OBI has continued in these acts of giving as she identifies with her local government and Abia people at large.
Dr Onyinye Kay Rufus-OBI, was a former Special Adviser on Finance to the former Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has shown great capacity in human development and building in different dimensions. She used her great office as an SA to the then MD of NDDC to attract and bring in so many projects and made sure they were carried out to the later.
She has also supervised and coordinated many skill acquisitions, trainings under the implementation of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) to Isuikwuato in particular and Abia people in general.
She urged the indigenes of Isuikwuato local government area to ensure they get their voters card to enable their political freedom even as 2023 is fast approaching.
As a philanthropist Dr Onyinye Kay Rufus-OBI takes special interest in the upliftment of the masses and the overall welfare of people.
Picture: Some of the villagers waiting to collect their own rice and wrapper