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Anambra Speaker gifts aide new car on wedding day

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IT WAS a double celebration for Mr. Caleb Okechukwu, a media aide to the Speaker of Anambra State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Uchnna Okafor, as he was gifted a new car by the Speaker on his wedding day.

The wedding, which held at Chapel of Redemption, UNIZIK Temp. Site, Awka, the Anambra State capital, attracted many personalities who came to celebrate with the new couple.

Speaking at the event, the Speaker, Okafor, described the groom as a hardworking, humble, resilient and committed young man, as he has  proved to be over the years he has been working with him as an aide and key member of his media team.

While announcing the presentation of the new car to the new couple, he congratulated and wished them a successful, fruitful, lovely and joyful marriage, even as he reassured them of his continuous support and prayers.

Earlier in his homily, the Assistant Chaplain, Chapel of Redemption, Awka, Rev. Lucky Onebunne, advised the couple on how to build a Godly home and have a successful union; while, on his part, the Chaplain, Rev. Obiorah Alokwu prayed for the coupe’s successful union and reminded the church of the need to always pray for them.

In his remarks, the Senior Special Assistant on Special Services to Governor Willie Obiano,  Nwabufor Nwankwo, who was also the chairman of the occasion, described marriage as a union ordained by God, and expressed optimism that the couple would make a good home, even as he used the medium to condemn state of insecurity in the country, and called for calm on every end of the crisis.

In a vote of thanks, the bride, Mrs. Eunice Chiamaka Okechukwu and Mr. Caleb Chukwuagoziem Okechukwu, who was Nigeria’s youngest political appointee as at the time of his appointment, appreciated everyone who came to celebrate with them, even as they prayed God to continue to make their marriage a testimony, as he has already begun to do with the new car gift.

The event attracted members of the state’s House of Assembly, top government functionaries, among others.

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