Philanthropy & Community Work

He founded Charity Ezeemo Trust for the Less Privileged which has granted scholarships to over 100 indigent students, sponsored inter-school football contests, empowered both youths and widows, and developed young talents for over a decade now, and solely on his sponsorship.

He also founded and led the Ugo Age Grade of Amanasaa, Umuchu, as a young graduate. He chaired the committee that fenced the Girls’ Secondary School Umuchu, (now Pioneer School) and built the Doctors’ quarters in General Hospital Umuchu.

While in sojourn at the U.K. from 1993 to 2012, he founded and led the Umuchu Community Association in U.K. and Ireland (UCAS), during his tenure as Chairman, UCAS successfully fenced the General Hospital in Umuchu.

He  built St. Peter church and passionate with extraordinary finishing and donated it to ANGLICAN communion. 

Has constructed over 4 kilometre road in Umuchu and  reliculated sustainable street light all over Umuchu.

 He constructed police divisional headquarters Umuchu for AGUATA south constituency and finished same and still services this division till date.

He sunk boreholes and reticulated water in his community in appreciation to God. His donations to various communities, Churches and works of evangelism across the State transcend denomination, creed or tribe.

He financially contributed in building several Church complexes for Anambrarians in riverine areas and bought boats to encourage cross linkages with the rest of the state and boost trade and commerce.

He is a sponsor of ‘Otu subakwa Igbo Play Competition’ till date, he also sponsored Purity FM Carol of Nine Lessons, and a five-day workshop on the re-discovery of Igbo lost values.

He singlehandedly built and donated a two storey building for the NUJ Secretariat in Awka, and has assisted Unizik FM, Purity FM, Tools and Allied Market, Onitsha, Nigerian Police Force, Awka, Ohaneze Ndigbo, Anambra, and many more.

He has also been a front line responder to several emergency and disaster situations in the State.

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