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Today, March 20th, 2017, marks the 53rd birthday of the man with uncommon virtue and a pride of Igbo land, His Excellency, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State. And, what better can we say other than wish him the best of prosperity and success in all his endeavours.
Happy Birthday, Sir...Ka Chukwu Abiama gozie gi
Okwuchukwu Daniel Chinemelum, popularly called the FEDAN and Don of Alaba Int'l market, Ojo, Lagos and his lovely wife Felicia Chidimma who died in a fatal accident after his car went off the road and plunged into a river on their way to the East in January, 2013, have been led to rest in grand style.
The business mogul who had made moneyearly enough had enough behind to cater for his expensive burial ceremony.
They were buried on the 17th of March, 2017 in their hometown Ekweanyika Nri in Anaocha L.G.A. Anambra state.
Indigenous automobile engineering company, Innoson Group, is set to fully equip its auto engineering facility in Yenagoa, the Bayesa State capital, to be run by 200 beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, which the Nnewi-based automobile engineering company had already trained in various areas of auto technology, among others.
Another batch of 200 ex-agitators are set to undergo training at the Innoson company, to bring the total number of trained beneficiaries of the Amnesty programme to 400.
It was a day of mourning for ndi Ogwashi-Uku, as a mother of four, identified as Onyeka Anene, was reportedly electrocuted in Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State as a result of high voltage distributed to the area by the Benin Electricity Distribution Company, BEDC, after over 10 years of power outage in the community.
As sent in by a facebook user, no fewer than eighteen passengers were burnt to death in a motoring accident that occurred along one of the ever busy Nigerian highway in Ondo State.
According to the eyewitness reports, the terrible accident took place along Akure-Owo road.
More update on the issue to follow...
Nka bu ife ije love n'eme
Joy Francis (not real name), an Enugu born orphan and a former prostitute who was rescued and rehabilitated by the Omega Power Ministries in Rivers state two months ago, got married to her Furniture-maker husband over the weekend. Narrating her story, the bride said she got into prostitution after losing her mother in 2012.
The unprecedented happened at Christ Ascension Church, Iva-Pottery, Enugu District, as a new born baby nicknamed "Biafran baby boy",Master Nnamani Elisha Onyedikachi, was Sunday, dedicated in the church, clothed with Biafran attire.
The father of the innocent kid, Mr. Sunday Nnamani, a member of IPOB in the zone, with his wife, flanked by an army of IPOB members, relatives, guests and well-wishers, was all praises to God for the jewel, the most honoured fruit of the womb in the Igbo society.
It's yet another mourning time for Umu-igbo as another corps member meets death in the course of her service.
A NYSC corps member identified as Ogochukwu Okonkwo was killed on thursday, March 9th, when a truck fell on a bus along 9th Mile, Enugu. It was gathered that the truck driver was making a U-turn when it fell on the commercial bus picking passengers by the side of the road, crushing Miss Okonkwo, who was heading home after her CDS. She was due to pass out next month.
No fewer than 60 persons escaped death when a fully loaded commercial luxury bus crashed into the drainage on the Enugu-Onitsha expressway while trying to avoid collision with a petrol tanker on Friday.
An eye witness, Mr John Obi, said that the bus with plate number KRD 730 XJ, belonging to Young Shall Grow motor, took off from Onitsha and was heading for Taraba
Obi said the passenger bus, which was descending the Kwata bridge just before the popular Unizik junction in Awka, on top speed was trying to avoid an unmarked petrol tanker.