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Igala group honours Dantata & Sawoe staff

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By Baba Yusuf

 

Abuja

 

Ukomu Igala Organisation, an Igala nation socio-cultural group worldwide, yesterday honoured one of its own, Alhaji Isa Mika’il.
Mika’il, a senior staff at Dantata&Sawoe, was conferred with the award of Ukomu Igala Ambassador in an event that took place in Abuja.
Presenting the certifi cate of honour on behalf of the president of the association, the chairman, Ukomu Igala Kogi state chapter, Prince Obaje, said all the Igala sons and daughters were proud of the development strides Mika’il had brought to the people.
“I have been mandated to present this special certifi cate of honour to you.
All the Igala sons and daughters are please with what you have been doing when it comes to community service and we will need you for a higher responsibly,” he said.
In his response, Mika’il thanked the Igala nation for the confi dence repose in him.
He said: “I never knew that people were taking note of what I was doing.
I want to thank the Igala nation worldwide for the gesture.
I promise to be the true Ambassador of Ukomu Igala.
This gesture will spur me to do more.
“Whatever the Igala nation wants me to do for the progress and development of our people, I am available

 

 


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