Youths & Young Persons

Abia State Government rewards Paral ...

January 12, 2013

Members of the Abia team to the London 2012 Paralympics and their officials have been rewarded by the Abia state government with a cash sum of N1 million each for winning 3 silver medals during the competition. Three members of the Abia contingent-Ifeanyi Nnajiofor, Sampson Ulonna and Ikechukwu Obichukwu won Read More →

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Nigerian Navy 2013 Recruitment Exer ...

November 7, 2012

NIGERIAN NAVY 2013 RECRUITMENT EXERCISE AND SURE – P GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME  The online sale of application forms for Nigerian Navy Basic Training Batches 23 and 24 recruitment exercises commenced on the 29th of October and will close on 7th December 2012. This will culminate in aptitude test for qualified Read More →

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Nursing Mothers urged to regularly ...

October 10, 2012

Nursing mothers have been urged to regularly immunize their children/babies between zero and 59 months to curb infant mortality in Abia State. The President of HannahMay foundation, Chief Mrs. Odochi Orji who threw the challenge as a guest of honor during the flag-off immunization programme organized by the State ministry Read More →

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Abia State Governor’s wife pa ...

October 10, 2012

In keeping with His Excellency, Governor T.A. Orji’s avowed commitment to make the dividends of democracy available to all sections of the state and Abians as a whole, irrespective of class, distinction, social status and party affiliations, Her Excellency, Chief Mrs Mercy Odochi Orji, Osinnulomaramma and the wife of the Read More →

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Mrs Mercy Odochi Orji visits the Mo ...

October 10, 2012

The wife of Abia State Governor Her Excellency Chief (Mrs.) Mercy Odochi Orji has distributed gift items like bags of rice, salt, beans, treated mosquito nets, cartons of beverages, toiletries, cosmetics, detergent among others to 34 less-privileged homes in the State. The beneficiaries among many others include; Uzuakoli motherless Babies Read More →