Agency tasks Umuchu indigenes on wise spending at UIU end of the year programme

Managing Director of Obinno Computers Zaria, Mr. Obinna Ubendu, has called on his kinsmen in Zaria, under the aegis Umuchu Improvement Union (UIU) of Aguata, LGA, Anambra State, Zaria Branch, to shun the temptation of engaging in extravagant spending just to compete with others during the bazaar sales that formed part of the group’s 2021 end of the year programme. Mr. Ubendu made this call when he chaired the event on Sunday, 12th December, 2021.

He thanked God Almighty for sustaining them throughout the year; welcomed and thanked his people for the honour accorded him to serve in that capacity and solicited that they all celebrate in an atmosphere of serenity and love.

“It is not easy to end the year without losing anyone,” the chairman acknowledged. “We are here to thank God as one people and not to compete with one another. Buy things according to your capacity and do not emulate others and buy beyond your capacity.”

The President of the group, Mr. Augustine Okafor intimated that the ‘iwa oji’ at the occasion was to create an opportunity for members to have their family names represented. He also commended members for remaining law abiding and reminded them of the need to maintain good names anywhere they find themselves. On how to stay afloat of the present day instability, the Vice President and the Managing Director of De-Ugo Marketing Agency LTD, Bro Ugochukwu Onuachalla proffered a constant and undistracted focus on Jesus, encouraging that patience, doggedness and determination be included in their daily timetables

To the immediate past Secretary of UIU, Mr. Jude Obijiaku, “this is a special time when we come together to joyfully thank God for His goodness and mercies upon our union and our members and to remind ourselves of God’s faithfulness and goodness to us as a people.”

Earlier on Sunday, 5th December, 2021, the body had her thanksgiving in Salvation Army, Zaria Corps where members danced to the altar in appreciation for the preservation of their lives and for His other numerous deeds in their lives.

By Olivia Obijiaku