Imo community honours NNPC General Manager
A GENERAL Manager of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Sir Christian Eke has been conferred with the Ebekuodike chieftaincy title in Ngor Okpala Local Council by the traditional ruler of Ihitte Okwe, Eze Barnabas Obirieze.
Conferring the chieftaincy title on Eke, in Imo State at the Eze’s palace, Eze Obirieze described him as a generous man with a large heart who has contributed enormously to the growth and development of the community.
Eze Obirieze noted that the recipient has empowered several youths and women in the community and urged other prominent sons and daughters of the land to emulate Chief Eke. He said the conferment was in recognition of Chief Eke’s good works and to encourage other illustrious sons of the land to take a queue.
In his response, Chief Eke said the chieftaincy title came as a big surprise noting that the honour done him and his family would spur him to continue to contribute his quota to the speedy development of the community.
Eke implored other prominent citizens of the community to see themselves as vessels through which the society must grow adding that as for him and his family they would continue to give back to the community which nurtured them from the cradle to where they are today.
He expressed gratitude to Eze Obirieze for the title and assured that he would continue to be a good ambassador of the community. He reassured that he would endeavor to justify the confidence reposed in him.
He commended President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan for his sterling leadership virtues, which steered Nigeria from disintegration and crisis after the just concluded general elections in the country.
The ceremony was graced by people from all walks of life.
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