Fr Ebube Muonso buys car for 8 of his workers as Xmas gift.
In the spirit of love for the upcoming celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ by our Christian brothers, many people are already putting smiles in the faces of others as sign of love and sharing according to the teachings of Christ.
According to reports, a Roman Catholic priest of the Catholic archdiocese of Onitsha and also the spiritual director and the father founder of the holy ghost adoration ministry uke Anambra state, Rev Fr Emmanuel Chibuzo Obimma has gifted eight of his workers Toyota Camry cars each as a Christmas gift and also sign of love and appreciation towards thier hardwork in the ministry. This happened on his normal Friday night vigil at his adoration ground in uke last week. The priest called out eight of them and presented the car keys for them to drive home as thiers to the amazement of all present.
We have identified 2,300 ghost workers, saved N220m – Abia Govt
The ongoing verification process in the state's civil service, according to the Abia State Government, has saved the state 220 million naira on monthly wage bills.Following a meeting she had with Governor Alex Otti in Umuahia on Monday, the state's Accountant General, Deaconess Njum Onyemenam, disclosed the information.The Accountant General added that the verification process was still ongoing and the state hoped to record more savings after stating that the signif...
Health Workers Called Off Strike After Meeting Tinubu
Yesterday, the Joint Health Sector Unions and Assembly of Healthcare Professional Associations suspended its indefinite strike for 21 days.The suspension was announced after the leadership of the unions held a meeting with President Bola Tinubu on Monday.The Acting National Secretary, Matthew Ajirotu, in a text message made available, said the president promised to approve their demands.
Killing Of US Humanitarian Workers In Anambra State Is Result Of Leadership Failure – Peter Obi
The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, has said that the killing of the United States humanitarian workers in Anambra State, South-East region of Nigeria by gunmen is one of the outcomes of a prolonged leadership failure and rising rate of unemployment and poverty in the country.It had been reported that gunmen ambushed a diplomatic convoy carrying US Embassy personnel on a humanitarian mission to Anambra on Tuesday and killed four people, i...
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