ANAMBRA BORN PHILANTHROPIST ADVOCATES INVESTING IN HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT

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Group Photo of the event.

Awka: Obiorah Anthony Ugwonwa

An Anambra Born Philanthropist,Chief Chukwudiebube Ikechukwu (Ozo Ebube Agidi), has urged the afflulent individuals in Anambra State and environs to invest their wealths in human capital development now that they are alive or stand the chance of dying with their wealths

He reminded the riches in the society that it is better for them to give arms to the have nots in around them,telling them that if they die today that everything they laboured for while their sojourn on earth will equally die with them as they would be squandered by their children or their relatives.

Chief Ikechukwu, made the call while appreciating the Leadership of Anambra State Association of Integrated Indigenes(ASAII), Njikoka Local Government Chapter who bestowed on him the award of faithful and valuable service to the association,held yesterday at Enugwu-Agidi Civic Center in Njikoka Local Government Area.

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Ozo Ebube,who doubled as the Founder of Success Foundation, described the Organization as a charity Organization and had been committed in carrying out charity works in the area of settling hospital bills for the handicapped in the area,buying food stuffs for the hungry and sponsoring the education of the less privileged children in Enugwu-Agidi and Environs.

According to him,the Success Foundation,was also committed in poverty alleviation projects in the community,adding that they have sponsored the education of over fifty school children in Enugwu-Agidi and other communities around them ranging from primary,secondary schools and tertiary institutions in the State.

While assuring members of Anambra State Association of Integrated Indigenes (ASAII) in Njikoka Local Government Area of equal rights, opportunities and fairness,noted he would continue to do all within his reaches in promoting and projecting the activities of the Association in the State.

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Also another benefactor, Ozo Amaechi Kyrian Anigbogu,who was represented on the occasion,commended the Association for living in peace and harmony with thier host communities and State as well as their cash and kind contributions for overall development of their residing communities,asking them to always hold fast on those things bring them together.

Earlier in a speech while declaring the event open,the President -General of the Association in Anambra State,Mr.Ferguson Opkara,stated that the event did not call for much talk,but to give honour to whom the honour is due, pointing out that the day for much talk is very near ,any moment next month.

He stressed that the Njikoka chapter of the Association had kept the light of the Association burning,hence maintaining its first position promoting the humanitarian Programmes of the Association in the area.

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In separate speeches,the Chairman Njikoka Local Government of the Association,Mr.Clement Mgbechi, Enugwu-Agidi Community Chairman,Mr.Innocent Nwankwo,Women Coordinator of the Association in the Community,Mrs Theresa Mmuo,were among those who spoke at the event,saying that the reason behind the formation of the Association in Anambra State was for the progress and promotion of welfare of members of the Association in the State.

They however,called on the participants to embrace unflinching love,oneness and often time speak with one voice as well as abide by the things that held them together as one indivisible family with a view to forming a formidable force in champion their collective cause in their respective host communities and Anambra State at large.

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  1. Buying food stuff and supporting the poor is Amazing thing
    God bless you sir

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