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Njikokamma Movement Holds Her Inaugural Meeting In a Grand style, Invites Ndi Enugu

By Johnpaul Anih, 10 – 12 – 2020

The convener of the Njikomma Movement for Gburugburu in Enugu State Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme has commended the Enugu State Governor Rt. Hon. Dr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his undying commitment to seeing that Enugu State is peaceful against all odds.

Chief Akueme made the Commendation on Thursday while briefing journalists on the activities of the group which includes her Inaugural Meeting scheduled to hold on Friday, 11th day of December 2020 at Ritz Carlington Hotel, Edward Nnaji Str. New Haven Enugu by 2pm.

Recall that Akueme who is known for his philanthropic gesture has been promoting the welfare of the less preveleged especially the Youths and the vulnerable in the Society through his NGO, Maurice Akueme Foundation.

Akueme is a UK-based accountant and tax consultant. Whenever his name is mentioned, hearty cheers are raised in response.
Maurice Akueme is an esteemed humanitarian and a silent achiever.

The Maurice Akueme Foundation (MAF) has been the main tool with which Akueme has reached out and touched the lives of thousands, with little regard for gender, age, and social situation.

According to the national Coordinator of MAF Hon. Mike Madu, the event under the chairmanship of Hon. Engr. Uche Ugwu, Deputy Speaker Enugu State House of Assembly is expected to bring together notable political stalwarts in the state. He therefore invites Ndi Enugu to be part of meeting.

Mr. Madu stated that the group is not a Political Party, rather it’s a movement of law abiding citizens complementing the efforts of the present administration in the state to achieving it’s lofty agenda.

He maintained that the inaugural meeting would feature discussion for the progress of the state amongst others and assured Ndi Enugu of the group’s readiness to Continue to support the good works of Governor Ugwuanyi.

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