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‘Chief Ikechi is a Man of his Word’ Engr. Chinwendu Sterling Says as he Celebrates his Birthday

Engineer Chinwendu Sterling is celebrating High Chief Ikechi Emenike on the occasion of his birthday.

Engr. Chinwendu described Chief Ikechi as a disciplined and honest man who has a high level of probity, love for his people and a leader who frowns at injustice.

He further disclosed that Chief Emenike is a philanthropist and an economist who has gained so much respect in the international world and does not fail in encouraging the young generation.

His statement reads, “A happy birthday to a discipline and a honest man with a high level of probity. A man who loves his people. A leader who frowns at injustice.
A sound Christian who does not compromise his faith in the mist of polical turbalances.

A philanthropist who has put smiles on the faces of many families.
A man the young ones feels happy to close to in order to learn the ethics of responsible living.A man of his word. A truthful and plain spoken man who does not Condon evil.

A sincere politician with high level of integrity and wisdom which has made the bad eggs in politics to be scared of his name, High Chief Ikechi Emenike.”“An economist who has gain so much respect in the international world.
His resilient effort in politics has given the young ones strong courage to understand that politics is not about lies, deceit and trickery business.

When he speaks the people are encouraged, uplifted and stored up. Be strong for the young, for we are looking up to you for a better environment,and we know that even those that don’t support you know that your a great man to recon with.

We love u Sir, continue in your fight for a better Nation for the LORD is with you.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO HIGH CHIEF IKECHI EMENIKE”

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