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Imo NOA Chief retires After 33 Years Of Service

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Mr Vitus Ekeocha, the Imo State Director of National Orientation Agency, NOA, has on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, bowed out of service after 33 years of meritorious service in the organisation.

In a send-off party on his honour in Owerri, Imo State capital, the Vice Chancellor Emeritus, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Abakaliki, Ebonyi, Prof. Tony Nwajiuba described Ekeocha as a technocrat and a team leader who could fit into any worthy position in the nation.

He said as a square peg in a square hole, Ekeocha carried out his duties as NOA state director with utmost sense of diligence, dedication, dignity and integrity and remained a tested and trusted hand worthy of emulation.

Nwajiuba congratulated Ekeocha and urged him to remain true to his good nature in his other areas of endeavour.

Dr Chuks Osuji, pioneer State Director, NOA, commended Ekeocha for retiring honourably and described him as an obedient and humble person who was ever willing and easy to work with.

He urged the staff to be firm, strong and continue in the good foot prints of Ekeocha.

Comrade Uchechi Osuagwu, Chairman of the National Orientation Agency Welfare Association (NOASWA) who organised the send – off party commended Ekeocha for serving meritoriously for 33 years and for leaving an indelible footprints on the sand of NOA.

She said the office was able to achieve a lot during the tenure of the outgoing state director especially not owing any of the staff their entitlements and prayed God to help him achieve his desires as he stepped out into senior citizenship.

Mr Ben Mbakwem, UNICEF Field Officer, onbehalf of UNICEF Field Office Enugu congratulated Ekeocha for bowing out of office honourably having partnered with the office since 2012.

He described Ekeocha as humility personified attributing the successes recorded by UNICEF in its programmes in Imo, especially the curbing of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to the hardwork of Ekeocha and wished him well in his future carrier.

In their good will messages, the friends and well wishers of Ekeocha congratulated him on the successful completion of his civil service career describing him as an exceptional figure, media friendly, humble and hardworking.

They also said he is a rare gem, one in a million man, a loving, caring, kind person, a perfect and distinguished gentleman and wished him long life, sound mind and prosperity.

Msgnr. Innocent Osuagwu, of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic, a friend of the agency thanked God for seeing the former NOA director through his working days and made him to retire strong, healthy and prepared for future assignments.

Mrs Maureen Oparaji, Deputy Director Programmes, NOA, Imo State, on behalf of NOA described Ekeocha as a good man, a peace maker and lover of people who worked amicably with all members of staff and wished him better days and higher heights.

Mrs Ijeoma Udensi from the Nigeria Council of Women Society (NCWS) said, “Ekeocha is a total package of desirable humanity.”

Mr Anthony Ozor from the media extraction said the outgoing NOA boss is a model of diligence, an exceptional figure who is focused, media friendly, a very humble and forthright individual, saying, “he had a meritorious service to both God and man.”

Responding, Ekeocha gave a historical background of his journey to NOA from the defunct Mass Mobilization and Social Agency (MAMSER) now NOA and thanked God for keeping him alive to witness his retirement and in good health.

He thanked all that worked with him and made his service memorable both in house and outside staff and enjoined them to support his successor Mr Nazzy Njoku to enable him succeed.

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