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Our Culture Has Come to Stay- Orji Nwafor Orizu.

The son of the first Senate President of Nigeria, Orji Nwafor Orizu (SAN) has restated the fact that the Nigerian culture has come to stay, as culture remains the only identity of any human enclave.  He made this assertion over the weekend at his country home in Nnewi, when he received in audience a masquerade from the Igwe of Nnewi palace name Akuezu. He stated the obvious that foreign culture has so far permeated the loins of Igbo cultural heritage and tasked our youths to revert to their origin. He stressed that in Europe and America they still practice and celebrate Halloween and wondered why a folklore and entertainment of Africans in form of masquerade should be termed evil. He gave his consent to the fact, that he he journeys to world beyond that masquerades should be allowed to play at his funeral. He therefore called on the youths to look home wards in discovering their roots so that the tradition and culture of Igbo's do not go into extinction. He used the o
The President General of Building Materials Market Ogidi, Chief Jude Nwankwo (Ochendo Umuawulu) has called on the state government to look into the area of internal roads in the market, by Ugwu nwasike junction to help ease free flow of traffic in the market. He made this assertion recently in his office while interacting with newsmen. He said " we commend the efforts of Chief Willie Obiano on the job he is doing in the state, especially on the area of security, education, road construction with bridges, which is not an easy one, He called on the state government to also help them with a pedestrian bridge, which will help ease human traffic of millions of people who use the Building Material market and Bakery Market daily, a measure that will help stop lots of accidents that happen there on a daily basis, as many of their members and customers have fallen victims to these accidents. He stressed that his administration when it came on board ensured peace returned to the

Ndiakwu Community Gives Final Verdict on Closing of Chief Dom Nzewi's Close.

The President General of Ndiakwu community Hon Jude Osumuo, has given a verdict on the closing of a community road by Engr Onwuagha, who employed the services of miscreants to dump sand on Chief Dom Nzewi's close off Chief John Anya's street,  in anticipation to block the road giving access to over 30 families.  He said that Engr Onwuagha does not have the legal right to close such road, as it goes against the law of the community. In his reaction, Hon Sir Sam Ben Nwosu, the Chairman of Public Complaints Commissioner In Anambra, who happens to be a member of the community, said it was against the laws of communal living and that of the community for an individual to have unilaterally gone ahead to close the road without consulting with the leadership of the community. He said its a malicious injustice and intimidation to have for any reason closed the road, leading to the house of Chief Don Nzewi. He stressed that the interest of stakeholders in the community is to

Igbo's are known for Commerce & Industry not as fraudsters- Prophet Ejike Nwachukwu ........ Advise Buhari to call for A Security Summit.

The Senior Pastor of REHMA Deliverance Mission Nnewi, Prophet Ejike Nwachukwu recently granted audience to Orient Daily, were he enumerated several issues in relation to the peace of Nigeria and the Church. In this exclusive interview with our correspondents Echezona Okafor and Chigozie Igbo Jr. He gave insight on how Christians should unite to rescue Nigeria from the doldrums we are in today. He also called on President Muhammad Buhari to call for a security summit to help tidy the security mess the country is diving into. He affirmed that Nigeria will remain an indivisible country. Excerpts: Q: Can we meet you Sir? A: I am Pastor Ejike Nwachukwu, the Senior Pastor of REHMA Deliverance Mission Nnewi, Anambra state Nigeria. Q: Sir, please can you define what Christianity is all about as there are several misconceptions about Christianity. A: There is a very heavy mistake in calling Christianity a religion. Christianity is actually not a religion. It is the Nigerian gover

In House Social Club Celebrate New Yam.

In House Social Club Nnewi, over the weekend celebrated New Yam. The event which was held at Best Option Hotel Nnewi, was well attended with dignitaries from all walks of life. The President of the Club, Bar Ikenna Obidiegwu, in his keynote address at the event, thanked members of the club at home and in the diaspora for coming out enmasse to celebrate this year's new yam festival, which he said is symbolic, as most of them are not farmer's, but in the same vein go to their different places of work to get what they live on, which is moreso farming. He stressed that In House Club this year having recorded different milestones in due course will reel out  it's achievements, which is basically humanitarian. He prayed that God in his infinite mercy will see every member of the club through to another new yam celebration. In the same vein, the Traditional ruler of Ezinifite Community, HRH Igwe B.S.A Obika, said this year's In House New Yam celebration is a wa