Alor PG builds, hands over 36 Market Stalls to Community

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By Uzo Ugwunze

The President General of Alor community in Idemili South Local Government Area(ISLGA), Anambra State, High Chief Emma Ojukwu (Agbaigwe Alor) has handed over the 36 stalls which he built at Nkwor Alor market in memory of his late mother, Late Mrs Roseline Ojukwu to 36 beneficiaries from the community.

High Chief Ojukwu a renowned philanthropist who has always been an advocate of Governor Chukwuma Soludo’s Think home philosophy also empowered the 36 beneficiaries with huge sums of money to start-up their various retail trading.

Speaking at the event, the Chairman ISLGA, Hon. Mrs Amaka Obi (Iyom Ifeabata Idemili) commended the PG for his numerous projects and human capital development for the people of Alor community, including the 36 stalls built in memory of his late mother, Mrs Roseline Ojukwu.

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Mrs Obi acknowledged the good works of High Chief Emma Ojukwu in Alor community since he took the mantle of leadership, urging people of Alor and other Presidents General and illustrious sons of various communities in Idemili South to emulate his kind gesture and invest in their people and community because Government cannot do it alone.

The Vicar, St Paul’s Anglican Church, Alor, Ven. Chiedu Nnakwuo and his counterpart and Parish priest of St Mary’s Catholic Church Alor both described High Chief Emma Ojukwu as a kind hearted man who always support men, women and youths of Alor community, saying that at this present situation of the country, he has not just touched lives but also given hope to the hopeless. They prayed to God to grant him all his good wishes, with long life and prosperity.

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In their separate speeches the duo of the Alor Women PG, Lady Ifeoma Uzokwe and the Immediate past Women PG, Lady Grace Uche Nwoye eulogized High Chief Emma Ojukwu saying that his philanthropy dates back to days when he was not yet the town Union leader saying that the Alor women honored him several years ago as one of the ten prestigious Alor Women Ambassadors.

Dignitaries in attendance include several Alor Stakeholders, Alor Town union excos, Women and Youth executives, ISLGA councillors.

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