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Prof Okey Chidolueo Pays Condolence to In-Laws In Pictures

Late Madam Elizabeth Ikegwuonu's Burial In Pictures


Last week, I received in my Abuja home today, the CAF Presidential aspirant and President of Madagascar Football Association, Mr. Ahmad Ahmad, in furtherance of his wide consultations and the attendant campaign geared towards the forthcoming CAF Presidential election in Addis Ababa on thr 16th of March, 2017. Amongst other things, the consultation centred on football development in Nigeria especially as it relates to its optimization for youth advancement and other developmental components connected thereto. I also shared and discussed some of our ideas and initiatives in Anambra State with him as it concerns football-inspired youth development, particularly the Football Made in Anambra (1 Family - 1Footballer project) which is billed to kick off within the first quarter of this year and how CAF under his watch can partner with us. We also exchanged views on our ongoing construction of the Games Village in Ozubulu/Nnewi, Anambra State and its siginificance as an effective capacity bu

Mother Maudline Uche Ikejiaku Laid To Rest As She Joins The Heavenly Hosts

Madam Maudline Uche Ikejiaku (Nee Okoli) Okwu N’Ihu Eriku has been laid to rest in her husband’s country home in Ezekwuabor, Otolo Nnewi, in Nnewi North L.G.A of Anambra state. Madam Maduline while alive lived a life that pleased God and humanity, as she was unassuming in nature, and down to earth in all her dealings with her follow human beings. She supported her husband in all his endeavors, while alive,, which made it possible for her disposition at forgiving and forgetting easily the wrongs done to her. She as well showed undiluted love to her sister, who was the second wife to her husband. Though she lost all her five children, that did not stop her from loving her sister’s children, whom she took as her own children. Madam Maudline having died at the ripe age of 88 years, she will be fondly remembered because of the enduring legacies, she left behind, especially by members of her faith, as she was a sabatherian. While speaking with Nigerian Notch, Uchechukwu Ikejiaku (aka Ada


Late Mrs. Elizabeth Udubeke Ikegwuonu( Nee Offor) Aka Arunne, has answered the heavenly call of glory, as she has joined the saints in heaven at the ripe age of 90 years. Late Mrs. Elizabeth Ikegwuonu was born in 1926 into the family of Mr. & Mrs Offor of Uru in Umudim Nnewi. While alive, she was a hard working woman, who had absolute faith in God, as she humbled herself and trusted in God in all things, which earned her the nickname ( God E dey) meaning God exisits & is alive in all situations. At the church service, before her interment at her husband’s country home, the officiating priest called on Christians to look beyond the present life and inculcate the attitude of caring for others spiritual well being instead of thinking about oneself all the time. He called on Christians to prepare themselves for heaven by following the precepts of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ. While addressing the congregation at  the church service, the first son of the deceased, Bro Denni


It was all smiles and admiration for Ichie Kenneth Maduakor for his  magnanimity and love for the people of Nnewi, as he opened another filling station along Igwe Orizu road in Nnewi. While opening the filling station, Ichie Maduakor said, that this is another measure of his company  in helping government create employment in the country. He used the opportunity to distribute free 30,000 liters of combined products, ranging from PMS, DPK and AGO. He thanked his customers who have kept hope alive by been steadfast and dedicated. He as well called on others who have not been buying from his company to start buying from, as his meters are of standard guage. The people who came to receive free products thanked Ichie Maduakor for his love for the people. They called on God to protect him and his business. He promised to continue buying from his filling stations because his meters are good


The Fairly Used and New Motorcycle dealers association(FUNMDA) in Nnewi was thrown into panic as its chairman, Sir Victor Oguama, was reported to have died, without having any aliment last Friday morning, which sent shivers down the spine of fellow traders in the market. In an emergency meeting conducted on Monday morning to officially inform traders in the market of the development, Chief Dozie Akudolu (Iroko) the Vice Chairman of South East Amalgamated traders association  said that the constitution  of FUNMDA, abhors vacuum, and that,  was what necessitated the meeting. He said the Vice President of (FUNMDA) Mr. Paul Uchedife, has been mandated by the constitution of the association to take over as acting president pending the election of another president. He therefore as the apex market leader present, suspended the election and its process, until the late President Sir Victor Oguama is laid to rest. He also called on traders in the market to ensure that they put in their quota


Ichie Kenneth Maduakor, the President General of Azia Community in Ihiala L.G.A of Anambra state, and a business mogul par excellence has called on Ndi Anambra to vote for a credible candidate into  position of authority as the Guber election in the state draws near. He asked Anambrians to stop the sale of their votes for a paltry sum of N5,000 or N10,000, as it amounts to the sale of their conscience, as the decision Anambrians take during the election  will determine how the next four years will be. Ichie Maduakor,  however commended the administration of Chief Willie Obiano, for the giant strides he has taken in seeing to it, that every community in Anambra state, can boast to say, that they benefitted from the state government. He stressed that the 20 million project per community has gone a long way to show that the administration of Chief Willie Obiano meant well for Ndi Anambra. He said that his community is at the verge of completing its 20 million Naira project which was ba