Mr Nwapali Onyeagwu, the MD/CEO, Pally Agro Nigeria Limited, is a name synonymous to philanthropy and over the years, has etched his name in the hearts of his people through his people oriented gestures.
Recently, he donated over a hundred communications gadget (Walkie-talkies) to the Agbor Area Command of the Nigeria Police, as well as rehabilitated Osaje Street, Agbor, with two side drains and solar powered street lights.
The communication gadgets were received and commissioned by the Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Yari Mohammed Alli who was ably represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police Operations, DCP Johnson Ademola on Thursday, 17th March at the Agbor Area Command Headquarters, and had a high powered delegation of personalities including, representatives from the Dein of Agbor Palace, Chiefs Kester Utebor and Joseph Elumah, the Chairman Ika South local government area, Hon Sunny Tatabuzogwu, ably represented by the Secretary to Ika South local government, Mr Kainji Aluge, Hon Barr. Victor Ebonka, the Chairman Ika Northeast local government area, Divisional Police Officers of Agbor, Owa, Umunede, Igbodo, Abavo and Galilee Police Divisions and community policing groups.
Also present were, the President General, Agbor Community Union, Mr Larry Onyeche, SSA to the Delta State governor on security matters, Solomon Ehondor, SA to the governor on Security, Hon Onyeka Nwabuogwu (Yankee Claro), conicillor, Ward 8, Ika South, Hon Donald Okonta, among others.
While commissioning the Walkie-talkies, DCP Ademola appreciated the donation and extolled the philanthropic nature of Mr Onyeagwu. He reiterated the fact that communication is very essential in policing and security operations and management. “With these Walkie-talkies, vital information can be easily passed among security personnel in the bid to curbing and preventing crime in the community”. He also appealed to the donor and other well meaning individuals to support the Police Command by donating vehicles to facilitate prompt response to distress calls and crime prevention.
Hon Ebonka described Mr Nwapali Onyeagwu as a detribalised individual who installed the base station for the communication gadgets in Ika Northeast despite hailing from Ika South. He prayed for more of such gestures as he promised the Police of government’s resolve to support crime fighting in any capacity.
Mr Gani Momoh, a senior official at Pally Agro Nigeria Limited while commissioning the newly rehabilitated Osaje Street, informed the jubilant residents of his bosses resolve to rehabilitate more streets in the neighborhood. He stated that as individuals, we must strive to give back to society as it is a recipe for growth and development of the society.