A Nigerian man, Prince Arthur Eze, the esteemed CEO of Atlas Oranto Petroleum Limited, has made a huge donation of N5 billion naira at an event in a bid to provide much-needed relief to the people of Anambra State.
This splendid act of philanthropy is aimed to alleviate the ongoing hardships faced by residents in the state.
As part of his philanthropic efforts, Prince Arthur Eze extended a helping hand to religious institutions, making significant donations to the Methodist, Catholic, and Anglican churches, with each receiving 100 million naira.
By supporting them financially, he aims to rejuvenate their capacity to impact positively to the lives of the people they serve.
Prince Arthur Eze’s philanthropic endeavors moves across the borders of Anambra State, leaving an indelible mark on the African continent.
His legacy of giving has benefited various communities through support for projects such as the construction of schools, provision of scholarships, enhancement of healthcare services, and the establishment of places of worship.
The N5 billion donation to Anambra State reflects Prince Arthur Eze’s commitment to corporate social responsibility and his belief in using his wealth to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.
@joezibedu reacted; “People don’t really believe him. They couldn’t even clap.”
@alagbaa_ commented; “Heard his networth is like over $5bn.”
@itz_gbadebowale reacted; “I’m here ooo. You never call my name.”
@zamani_ross reacted; “Remember we have two types of money which are money and anambra men money.”
@Sachj said; “He’s obviously drunk.”
@Gaa_brii_el said; “When exactly were y”all born that you don’t know Arthur Eze. When man made his first million, Brand new Peugeot 504 was 50kobo. Man has been there back when Dangote was on Diapers.”
@Tenstargeneral said; “Jowizaza papa.”
@Capri wrote; “If e dey give out 5 billion, how much con dey the aza?”
@Chuksibetoc added; “Since I was born still date this man has been sharing money. Richest Igbo man Aton one thousand.”