Five Abia Indigenes Receives Presidential NYSC Award
The Chief of Staff to the Governor, Dr A.C.B Agbazuere has described hardwork, commitment and determination as critical key to success.
Dr Agbazuere who stated this when he received in audience the Abia NYSC Presidential Award Group in his office at government house Umuahia maintained that success can only be achieved through dent of hardwork.
The Chief of Staff while commending the Abia NYSC presidential awardees for making the state proud during their service years challenged other youths as well as other Abia corps members to emulate their sterling qualities and shun any act capable of bringing the state a bad name.
Earlier in his speech, one of the awardees and leader of the Abia NYSC Presidential Award Group, Mr Monday Rapheal said the award is in recognition of their outstanding performance and sterling quality during their service year pointing out that this is the first time Abia Indigenes are receiving the presidential award.
Mr Raphael, an Indigene of Ukwa West L.G.A further disclosed that the aim of their visit is to present their awards and appointment letters into the Federal civil service to the Chief of Staff, Dr A.C.B Agbazuere while appreciating him for the warm reception accorded them.
Other awardees include,Emmanuel Okeoma – Obingwa L.G.A, Ogbonna Udenka – Isiukwuato L.G.A, Okehi Ubaji – Ikwuano L.G.A and Miss Uduma Eberechi – Ohafia L.G.A.
the Director General, Abia State Mass Mobilization Agency, Chief Paddy Anyatonwu was present during the visit.