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Oct 23, 2017
Sebastine Okoh and Queen Ezeagwu(m) flanked by the beneficiaries

Queen Anthonia Ezeagwu, the Isor of Umunede Kingdom, and Special Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on Women Development, has on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 thumps up to Mr. Sebastine Okoh, the Executive Assistant to the State Governor on Event Management for redeeming the 1.4million naira pledge he made to the graduands of the rural dwellers empowerment programme powered by her office on graduation recently.
Queen Ezeagwu in her goodwill message expressed joy and thanks to Okoh for his goodness which she said speaks volume. According to her, “I am proud to have him as a son of Umunede Kingdom. His kind of person is rare. In Ika nation, he is known for doing well. I am thankful to God for his life and pray Him to continue to bless his works of hand, give him good health and long life”.
She used the opportunity to appreciate Mr. Micheal Nwani for donating to them 100 litres of P.K. oil and all those supported them in enhancing the success of the programme.
In his remarks, Sebastine Okoh admonished the graduands not to undermine their little beginning, revealing that he started life as a recharge card seller. He enjoined them to make good use of starter packs presented to them earlier and the money he gave to them, by starting up the skills they learned, promising to continue to give the needed assistance to only those who will do well, saying that their progress is his concern.. He urged them that no matter what they should keep trusting in God who He said holds the key to their success.
In their separates remarks, the beneficiaries of the empowerment said they are filled with joy, stating that they have not seen a man like Sebastine Okoh who will consider the welfare of all and not only his household unlike what some other people do. They prayed God to continue to empower him to do more.

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