JOC Foundation Unveils Products, Tasks Parents To Expose Their Wards To Skill Acquisition

               Obinna, CEO of JOC

It was show of love and transfer of knowledge, as John Obinna Chukwuma Foundation on Friday 10th December, 2021 carried out the first phase of his products exhibition at Special Education for the Blind, Afaraukwu-Umuahia, in Umuahia North LGA of Abia State.
The foundation which was founded in 2010 by Mr. John Obinna Chukwuma, a physically challenge and a native of Agboro-Ovim in Isuikwuato LGA is said to thrive with the vision of being a veritable instrument and agent in the reduction of all forms of disability in the society and to create an enabling environment for both the physically challenged and the less privileged in the society.
Mr. Obinna reaffirmed that there is ability in a every disability, therefore, parents who have the physically challenged among their children should desist from keeping them behind closed doors, rather they should strive to bring them out to encourage the best in them by creating the opportunity of enrolling them into Special Education Institutes or allowing them learn vocational skills that can give their lives a meaning.
His words read in parts “My sponsor is global, my parents Kodi Ogbonna,Nwokeafors, Tony Ogbuagu, I called on parents to allow their physically challenge children to learn skills because no body created by God is useless, God blessed everyone with one form of talent or the other” My phone number is 
Also speaking, the traditional ruler of Enyiukwu Autonomous Community, Afaraukwu-Umuahia, Eze Sir Philip Ukaegbu appreciated the pioneer of JOC Foundation and his team for taking it upon himself to reach out to physically challenged persons regardless of the fact that he wears the same shoe. 
The traditional ruler further encouraged the students not to give up as life and good health are priceless gifts from God and should be deeply appreciated.
Thee Principal of the school, Mrs C. N Olughu encouraged the Visioner and members of the foundation with his team never to relent in their service towards humanity.
In a brief interview with one of the students, Mr. Chinyere Stanley, he expressed gratitude towards the JOC Foundation and sponsors of the Capacity Building workshop which prompted the exhibition and also appealed on the state government to provide food and equally build conducive learning and habitable environment for them.
The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Mr Eze Ajuzie was represented by Rev. Mrs Roselyn Okorie the Chief Education Officer of Abia State.

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