BENEFICIARIES OF UCHE UJOR FREE COMPUTER PROGRAMME RECEIVE CERTIFICATES

 

Thirteen
beneficiaries of free computer programme in Ika North East local government
area,  have been given certificates.
Presenting the certificates to the beneficiaries, the sponsor of the programme
and councillorship aspirant in Ward 3, Mr. Uche Ujor, congratulated the
beneficiaries saying that the reason he initiated the free computer programme
is to assist the youths to acquire knowledge in computer.

                Mr. Ujor, who is aspiring
to  contest under the platform of Action
Congress of Nigeria (ACN) said that more persons are still going to benefit
from the free computer training in the future. He advised the beneficiaries to
put whatever knowledge they have acquired into good use, assuring that he will
continue to identify with youths in ward 3 in the area of empowerment.

                He used the opportunity to
commend the former ACN candidate in the 2011 House of Assembly election in Ika
North East, Mr. Christian Okpambor aka Apostle of change for the huge effort he
is making to move the party forward, even as he enjoined all ACN supporters in
the local government to rally round Mr. Okpambor as the leader of the party in
the area.

                Speaking further he commended
the effort of the ward 3 chairman, Mr. Chikweson Obi whose according to him is
the pillar behind the success of the party at the ward level.

                Speaking on the free computer
programme, the Managing Director of Shallom Computer, Boji-Boji, Owa,
Ambassador Godwin Osakwe praised the effort of Mr. Uche Ujor and urged the
beneficiaries to reciprocate the gesture by putting into puse knowledge they
acquired.

                The beneficiaries are: Ndubuisi
Ege, Kharis Garba, Idris Hamisu, Henry Ukaegbu, Ehiamata Humphrey, Nwosu
Oluchi, Okoro prayer Omyinye, Orji Oguchi Favour, Nwajei Onyinye Obedience,
Isioma Ofie and Mohammed Buhari.

                The beneficiaries in separate
interviews thanked Mr. Ujor for giving them the opportunity to be computer
literate. They prayed and wished him well in his  political ambition.

 

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