Frontline aspirant for Anambra Governorship Election 2021, under the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Nze Akachukwu Sullivan Nwankpo have congratulated the Firstlady of Anambra state, Dr. Mrs Ebelechukwu Obiano Osodieme, on her special recognition award presented by the Brent Council and the Mayor of London Borough of Brent, London, His Worshipful, Councillor, Ernest Ezeajughi for her excellent work and contributions in creating awareness and support for people living with sickle cell anemia and other disabilities, through her charity organization, Caring Family Enhancement Initiative (CAFE).
In the statement signed by his Media Director, Dr. Harris Chuma-Odili, the APGA leading gubernatorial aspirant in the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra state also commended Osodieme for restoring hope to the hopeless, assisting the poor, indigent widows, and physically challenged people in the society.
He said: “The announcement of Anambra Firstlady, the initiator of Caring Family Enhancement Initiative CAFE, Dr. Mrs Ebelechukwu Obiano Osodieme, as a recipient of the Brent Council’s Special recognition Award for her charity works is a befitting reward for her untiring service to the state she loves with uncompromising passion.
“She is committed to the humanitarian service of the Anambra people through her NGO known as CAFE. By placing premium on the lives and welfare of the downtrodden citizens, Osodieme conscientises the people and their leaders on the primacy of the social contract and the transparent delivery of democratic dividends.
“Yet, this much-deserved award can only be a challenge to Osodieme to strive harder in her patriotic endeavour to alleviate the sufferings of the less privileged people in our midst by encouraging the responsible use of wealth to make Nigeria a country of great pride and promise.
“I salute Osodieme and wish her many more awards as she devotes her life to the service of humanity.”
Nwankpo described the award as another feather to Osodieme’s cap and a befitting honour to the renowned philanthropist.
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