For his exeptional life of charity, the National Joint Association of Persons living with disabilities, Anambra State Chapter has presented an award to Prince Engr Dr Arthur Ikpechukwu Eze OFR.
The award was presented through the Catholic Bishop of Awka, Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor and received by Ichie Sir Izuchukwu Nwabueze, Special Assistant on Special Duties to Prince Arthur Eze.
The award featured as part of the thanksgiving Mass for the 32nd Ofala Celebration at St. Simon's Catholic Church, Ukpo, presided by Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor.
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Ichie Nwabueze stated that Prince Arthur Eze lives a life of charity which extends to all parts of the country and beyond. He added that this remarkable life of giving has endeared him to his home people at Ukpo, the Dunukofia people as well as most citizens.
Ichie Nwabueze described his philanthropic life to include scholarships and varying degrees of business mentorship.
He prayed that Giod will continue to preserve His Majesty, Igwe Dr R C. Eze as he takes Ukpo community into 2024.
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