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Augustine Emeka Ugbaja known as Dr Whyte said he will distribute palliatives to the less privileged in the society on October 1 to celebrate the nation’s Independence Day.

Dr Whyte, a US based entrepreneur and music executive, who is the founder of Southnice Records and owner of 03 Ten Autos & Wraps, a custom automobile wrapping and sales company said he will be giving out food items and household items to celebrate Nigeria’s Independence and also to cushion the effect of the harsh economy caused by the coronavirus lockdown.

According to Mr UEA, plans have been concluded for his team to embark on a 3 day visit to several locations in the city of Abraka, Warri and Sapele all in His native Delta State to distribute the palliatives.

“I have purchased cartons of noodles, toilet rolls, tubers of yam, tins of milk, bags of rice, bags of garri, sachets of seasonings cube and gallons of palm oil as well as vegetable oil” which will all be distributed he said. Our target will be widows, motherless babies’ homes and old/senior citizens homes.

Augustine further stated that the day was chosen because it was the day the nation gained independence and a national holiday and because October being his birth month to put smiles on people’s faces and give them something to celebrate in these trying times.


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