Showing posts from November 20, 2017

Obiano Commends His Victory With Acceptance Speech

The victory of the incumbent governor of Anambra state Chief Willie Obiano has received a resounding celebration all over the state with the governor delivering an Acceptance Speech in honour of the feat.

"With utmost humility I stand before you to accept the historic mandate you have bestowed on me today!

"The victory we savour belongs to the Almighty God who has shown that mmadu aburo Chukwu... All power belongs to God.

"It also belongs to our great party APGA and all our teeming party members across the world who sacrificed their comfort and time to work for our success," the paper read on.

Chief Obiano continued, "It belongs to truck pushers, Okada riders who have clearly seen in our recent political experience, a glimmer of light in the horizon.

"It belongs to farmers in Ayamelum, Onono, Ogbaru, Omasi, Omor and Ufuma who have now realised that agriculture is the future of Nigeria.

"So I reach out a hand of brotherhood to my fellow contestants w…

natnudO Donates Poultry to IDPs

natnudO Foods Limited makers of natnudO chicken and eggs have donated 5000 Noiler birds and 75000 eggs to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and women to combat the high level malnutrition, infant and maternal mortality and stunted growth among children ravaging the North-Eastern part of Nigeria.

Speaking at the launch and presentation of the birds to the beneficiaries by the Minister of Agriculture Chief Audu Ogbe and Governor of Borno State Kashim Shettima, the Group Managing Director of natnudO foods Dr. Ayoola Oduntan said:

"The easiest and quickest source through which people in the disadvantaged rural areas and IDP camps can get high quality protein to supplement their food is through chicken and eggs."

According to United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) about 5.9 million babies are born every year in Nigeria and over 1 million of the babies die before the ages of 5 owing to malnutrition. It is also projected that about 5.2million people a…