Nigeria Pillar of Sports Ejidke now Chairman, Board of Trustees Kwara Igbo Traders Association

By Daily Sports on May 9, 2019

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Members of Kwara State Igbo Traders Association have overwhelmingly elected the Nigeria Pillar of Sports, Chief Donatus Agu Ejidke, J.P., as the Chairman, Board of Trustees.

The election, which reflected the popularity of the philanthropist, was greeted with jubilation and enthusiasm.

A source said: “Igbos in Kwara State believe that with the calibre of Chief Donatus Agu Ejidike, the association will experience rapid transformation and support from well-to-do Nigerians.”

In a statement by Ejidke made available to Daily Sports on Wednesday, he appreciated the entire Igbo community in Kwara for reposing the confidence in him and assured them of contributing his quota for the development of his kinsmen.

Ejidike appealed for unalloyed cooperation as he “cannot do it all alone but everyone’s contributions would make the desired difference.”

“Igbos should remain as one big family. We should contribute to the communities where we live. There should be no reason for involving in any act that may smear our good images. We are known to be industrious as such let it be that,” he said.

With the election as the Chairman, Igbo Traders Association, Chief Ejidike is now one of the top decision makers amongst the Igbo community in Kwara State.

•Photo shows Ejidike

Source Daily Sports

Posted May 9, 2019


 

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