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Imolites Crown 2020 with Wedding Galore as Part of ‘Shared Prosperity’

…SAs on Diaspora, Health Spotted at 3 Weddings in One Day

As part of the efforts of the Governor Hope Uzodinma administration in Imo State to identify with the citizens, the government’s theme of ‘shared prosperity’ seem to be running through every sector in the state as new roads, new investments, new Imo-Diaspora influx, new automated payments, new vehicles, new water supply, new emergency vehicles, new ultra modern market, new jobs, new community policing, and even new husbands and new wives are becoming daily experience of the people of the state. 

In the last days of the year 2020, and spectacularly, December 29, opened up the gates of new marriages in Imo State.

It has been described by observers of current events in the state as a ‘shared prosperity’ situation that filled the whole City with euphoria.

As the year 2020 raced bye, Imolites were averaging 4 wedding ceremonies in a day.

It was in that atmosphere that the Special Adviser to the Governor on Diaspora Affairs, Hon. Cllr. Celia Osakwe-Hibbert and the Special Adviser to the Governor on Health Dr. (Mrs.) Okereke Macillina, were spotted in three different weddings in total on that same day. 

The Special Advisers made their official presence felt at the weddings of the Son of Chief Declan Emelumba, the Commissioner for Information.

Then, they were again spotted at that of the son of Group Captain Pat Okibede, Special Adviser to the Governor on Pensions and at the wedding of the brother to Chief Willie Amadi, Imo political stakeholder and former Federal Commissioner, before proceeding to others on their list of activities for the same day.

Christmas spirit in Imo State was very much well felt and undamped irrespective of the predictions resulting from the CoronaVirus outbreak. 

It is believed that happy homes, equals happy communities and its expected that more weddings will continue into the new year 2021.

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