ANNUAL THANKSGIVING CEREMONY OF EBONYI STATE

Ebonyi State News
Jan 04, 2018

Ebonyi State Government has retreated its readiness to complete all ongoing road projects in the state before June 2018. Governor David Nweze Umahi announced this during the Special Thanksgiving Service held at Government House Chapel, Abakaliki. The Governor explained that his administration shall give serious attention to mechanized agriculture, empowerment programme, solid mineral development and establishment of an industrial zone in the coming year. He retreated that the ecumenical centre still under construction will be ready before December next year. While another befitting worship centre will be constructed at the new Government House Centenary City, Abakaliki. Also maintain that before this time next year, Presidential Lodge, Governor’s Office and Governor’s Lodge shall be moved to the Centenary City. 
Dr David Nweze Umahi during the event announced that past political appointees in the state shall receive severance allowance before 25th of December in the spirit of Christmas. He commended the people of the state for their prayers and support to his administration. 
The Governor in his determined effort encouraged hard work and recognized commitment, gave award to some ministries, agency, civil and public servants, who is said that performance to this duties has encouraged excellence and boost productivity. 
Pastor Eunice Onyeyemi In her message, called on Christians to prepare for the coming of our lord Jesus Christ and as signs of end time abound. She then prophetically pronounced 2018 as a year of bountiful blessing to entire Ebonyians. Eunice Oyeyemi stated emphatically that thanksgiving service conducted by Ebonyi State Government was a sincere acknowledgment of God for the significant achievement so far recorded by the leadership of Dr David Nweze Umahi and gave biblical instances of acts of gratitude that have attracted divine visitation. 
The special service of thanksgiving was attended by many dignitaries including security agencies in the state. 

 


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