In televised statement to “Sabah El-Balad” program on Tuesday, Ezzat added that Aboul Enein foundation, with the recognition of UNESCO, is the official sponsor of the long-term literacy project in Egypt, thanks to the MP’s directives.
He also added that the foundation has adopted about 5000 orphans nationwide, in addition to providing more than 600 square meters of ceramic for mosques and churches monthly.
It is worth mentioning that, distinguished figures, including veteran music composer Helmy Bakr and archaeologist Zahi Hawass, announced on Monday their support to the Member of the House of Representatives Mohamed Abou El Enein.
This came during Abou El Enein‘s meeting with the families of Agouza, Dokki, Ard el Lewa, Mohandessen, and Saqiyet Mekki districts; he is running for the parliamentary elections to represent the constituency of Dokki, Agouza, and Giza.
Egypt’s parliamentary elections will kick off on October 24 and 25.