Bishop Nwaodu Congrats Gov.Uzodinma’s SA Special Citizens, Emehibe

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Dan Opara

In line with the current mantra of shared prosperity of Gov.Hope Uzodinma’s 3Rs policy leadership, the Presiding Bishop of Royal Christian Pentecostal Bible Church Umukehi Orji Owerri North LGA of Imo State, His Lordship Bishop Festus Onyema Chukwunyere Nwaodu, on Wednesday, May 20th 2020, happily congratulated Hon.Chief Samuelson Emehibe, for his appointment as the Special Adviser to the Governor on Special Citizens.

 

The Pentecostal Cleric, Nwaodu, who congratulated the SA on Disables of Imo State described Emehibe’s appointment as a round peg in a round hole, stated that he knew the appointee so many years ago as a good man with the fear of God.

 

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Bishop Nwaodu,who is popularly known as “John De Baptist”, while speaking to journalists shortly after Emehibe’s Courtesy Visit at his Diocesan Headquarters Cathedral of Salvation, expressed hopefulness that Gov.Hope Uzodinma’s led administration would better the general lives of Imo people, but appealed to Imolites to support his Recovery, Rehabilitation  and Reconstruction.

 

“Governors have come and gone in Imo State over years but none of their administration remembered the existence of someone like Hon.Emehibe.  I am extremely happy that he has been remembered by the present Govt.of Sen.Hope. Today, the masses are happy with emergence of the Governor”,  Bishop John De Baptist, submitted.

 

He therefore promised never to relent in praying for the Governor and the SA to succeed in making Imo State the best State to be in Nigeria.

 

Meanwhile, the celebrated newly appointee, High Chief Emehibe,appreciated the Bishop for his encouragement, support and kind gesture even as he assured not to fail.

 

The SA Imo Special Citizens, Hon.Samuelson, in his own words furthermore vowed to fight for the general the Persons with disabilities in Imo State as it concerns their general welfares and well-being.

 

Chief Emehibe,(Udoapuenyi of Ikeduru),  however reassured effective representation for his immediate constituency, ( Special Citizens) even as he called on the Bishop as a Man of God to fervently pray for the development of Imo State and members of Persons with Disability in Imo State.

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