Sat. Apr 13th, 2024


The President General of Ahuwa-Oboro autonomous community Oboro clan in Ikwuano L.G.A, of Abia State, Engr. James Nnadozie Uchegbuo, has assured that, he will continue to demonstrate courage in pursuing a just cause in the interest of Ahuwa.

In his Easter message tagged “Message of hope in the midst of harsh challenges”, Engr. Uchegbuo, who is also the President General of a sociocultural organization known as Igbo Vanguard Group, IVG also assured that he will remain the symbol of the struggle for a greater Ahuwa, where their lands will not be taken by force by individuals who do not mean well for the community.

He disclosed that he has been “feedsmacked” at so many times in his life as the President General of his community, and “in most occasions, someone will deliver a verbal wallop that rocks my psychological footing”.

” I have always been passionate about speaking up for the less privileged, even when it involves sacrificing my time and treasure. And I have also faced a lot of harassment and intimidation over years because of my ideology, philosophy and principles of transparency and stubbornness particularly when you want to tamper with the common good of Ahuwa. Even when people who claimed to love me, advice me to back out or back off, I reply them that, if I die fighting for justice, I will have no regrets”.

Uchegbuo, who said that the series of persecutions, tribulations, harsh criticisms and challenges that he is facing will not deter him from defending his community, urged Ahuwa-Oboro people to remain committed to a brighter future, as the hope of a greater Ahuwa lies in the ability of every individual to secure the future of the Ahuwa children through good precedence.

“I have surveyed the entire territorial landmass of Ahuwa right from Okirika owo down to Mbubo, Umuosu Ngwa, and Umuode. I am duty bound to protect our land from intruders and land grabbers. I will continue to guide and jealously protect our land. Also Ahuwa sons and daughters who include: Chukwuemeka Nkume; Chijindu Awazie; Christian Iroegbu, Rev. Emmanuel Awazie, Ikechi Owunna, who God has been using to fight for our common good will always be appreciated”, Uchegbuo also said.

Uchegbuo encouraged Ahuwa-Oboro people to emulate Christ and live to gain eternal life at the end of the race of life.


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