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Nduka Anyanwu drums support for APC as Ossah Community honours him in Lagos

Nduka Anyanwu drums support for APC as Ossah Community honours him in Lagos

The Ossah Ibeku Community living in Lagos State on Saturday paid a courtesy visit to Hon (Chief) Nduka Anyanwu to identify with him on his appointment as the Chairman governing council of the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON) and honour him for achieving a feat they consider a proud one for the community.

The event which was held at the premises of ASCON Topo-Badagary, Lagos State featured a colourful display of dance and cultural solidarity chants by the Ossah people.

The Chairman of Ossah Ibeku Development Association Lagos Branch, Mr Obinna Onwuzurigbo while speaking expressed his delight on the fact that their own brother had been appointed to chair an institution as great as ASCON. Mr Onwuzuruigbo thanked Hon Anyanwu for making the people of Ossah proud. He noted that Ossah people in Lagos and all over the country are most appreciative to President Muhammadu Buhari for placing Ossah in the political map by virtue of appointing their son to head an institution as reputable as ASCON.

On his part, Hon Nduka Anyanwu while welcoming his people assured them of his commitment to make the people of Ossah proud through his appointment. Anyanwu noted that the appointment is an opportunity for him to contribute his quota to the development of the country and actualize the Change Agenda of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

He urged his people, the people of Ossah to be more politically aware and join President Buhari in his quest to reposition the country for good. He assured them of his support and urged them to continue to abide in unity where ever they may find themselves.

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