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Agbodike Assures Multi-Purpose Event Centre As Awo Idemili Clan Holds End Of Year Party

The indigenes of Awo-idemili Clan in Orsu Local Government Area, Imo state held her end of the year party to celebrate God’s goodness on the clan including the appointment of her member, Chief Barr. Sir Cyprian Okechukwu Charles Akaolisa, an Owerri based legal practitioner, as the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Imo state.

Declaring the Occasion open at the Civic Centre Project site, on Sunday, December 5, 2020 in Owerri, the Chairman of Awo-Idemili Progress Union(APU) Owerri branch, Barr. Norbert Onyebuchi Agbodike, who incidentally is an Owerri based legal practitioner emphasized on the need for the members to support the clan’s developmental initiative as well as the genuine drivers of this development.

 Barr. Agbodike reiterated that the idea of a Civic/Events Center project is a pragmatic step taken towards making the association self-sustaining, realizing the fall outs from the post-COVID-19 global economy. According to him, Leadership at best presently demands greater dynamism towards harnessing potentials to achieve massive wealth creation, and further, create a track for future generations- especially as numerous Awo-idemili sons and daughters make the capital city their choice destination. He quipped that a clan like Awo-idemili is suited to have a landmark project in the Imo capital city and declared his readiness to lift the fortunes of the association to an enviable height.

Obviously his call for support from the members towards completing the ongoing project elicited wild jubilation, with many applauding the bold steps of Barr. Agbodike and the passion to see the association take her pride of place in Owerri Capital City.

Also, he applauded the efforts of the Law Maker representing Orsu State Constituency in the Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Chief Ekene F. Nnodumele, in his avowed commitment towards the development of the clan, including human resources.

Speaking on the association and the ongoing project as embarked upon, the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief Barr. Sir C.O.C Akaolisa maintained that the landmark achievement of the present Awo-idemili clan leadership in Owerri would be the timely realization of the two-storey building event centre. He expressed optimism on the ability of Barr. Agbodike’s leadership to steer the ship of the association to successfully deliver on the project. Also, he enjoined the indigenes of Awo-Idemili Clan and other good spirited individuals to continue in their support to the present Shared prosperity administration as piloted by Governor Hope Uzodinma in Imo state.

On his own, Hon Ekene F. Nnodumele, representing Orsu State Constituency in the Imo State House of Assembly commended the Barr. Agbodike’s led the executive in her commitment to reposition the association in Owerri, and further create value for money through such a legacy project. He said that the call by His Excellency, Governor Hope Uzodinma to Corporate entities and Donor agencies towards taking the opportunity in the friendly business environment in the state is what the Awo-idemili Clan in Owerri has answered. He enjoined good spirited indigenes and friends to support the realization of a multi-purpose event centre as designed.

Moreso, the President General of Confederation of Awo-idemili Clan Communities, Nze Anayo Onwuamaizu, commended the bold step taken by Awo-Idemili indigenes resident in Owerri. According to him, the present focus of the clan is on development and applauded the bold step taken by Owerri branch through the Barr. Agbodike led Exco.

Equally former Executive Chairman of Orsu L.G. A, Hon. Ndubuisi Okonkwo thanked the Agbodike led executive and the members for the support towards the landmark event center under construction.

The occasion attracted numerous persons including Mr. Terrance Onyejiaku, the S.A. to the Governor On ICT, Mr. Cyril Nwanojuo, Hon Paully Anyionu, Chief Alphonsus Nnaekezie, Mr. Linus Nnoruo, Mr. Izunna Okani (Chairman, End of the Year Party Committee), and others.

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