Sun Newspapers Award: Deputy Gov. ‘Ude Oko’ Congratulates Abia First Lady ‘Nkechi Ikpeazu’

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The Deputy Governor of Abia State, Rt. Hon. Sir Ude Oko Chukwu, PhD has on behalf of his family, Management and Staff of the Office of the Office of the Deputy Governor, joined Abians, Nigerians and all people of goodwill to congratulate the First Lady and Mother of Abia State, Deaconess Nkechi Carol Ikpeazu, PHD on her recognition and award of the The Most Supportive First Lady in Nigeria by the Sun Newspapers.

 

The Deputy Governor glorified God for the enablement He availed the wife of his Boss to scale through the hurdles and satisfy the requisite conditions for the award.

 

Sir Oko Chukwu while congratulating Her Excellency on the milestone achieved,prayed God to continue to strengthen her as she  renders selfless services to the people of Abia State.

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