The traditional ruler of Oriendu Autonomous Community, HRM Eze (Dr) Philip Ajomiwe, the Ndu 1 of Oriendu has congratulated Chief Uchenna Patrick on the occasion of his birthday anniversary celebration.
In his birthday message to Chief Uchenna Patrick who also holds the title of Agu 1 of Oriendu Autonomous Community, Eze Philip Ajomiwe described the celebrant as “our noble son and man of great integrity and intellect who believes in and supports truth, justice and equity”.
The royal father, who was the immediate past Chairman of Umuahia North Council of Traditional Rulers, commended Chief Uchenna Patrick for his numerous empowerment programmes through which vehicles, cash and other materials had been given out to both men, youth and women in the society to help them make a living.
Eze Philip Ajomiwe maintained that he is a living witness to Chief Uchenna Patrick’s philanthropy, adding that he is a man that doesn’t support injustice.
“I want to tell us that Chief Uchenna Patrick is the outspoken and vocal type in defense of justice and equity. He has spoken on the injustice against the Umuhu in Ohuhu whereby must developmental projects and appointments are located at Okaiuga”, he stressed.
“I want to add that all what he has been saying about imbalance between Umuhu and Okaiuga is the truth, and I will like to say that if there is injustice there won’t be peace and unity”, Eze Ajomiwe remarks.
The Paramount ruler disclosed that Chief Uchenna Patrick has doled out the sum of N1m (One Million Naira) for Oriendu Autonomous Community Welfare Union in celebration of his birthday, describing him as God sent. He prayed that God should keep Chief Patrick and multiply him as he is giving to the people, including him.
Also DIG Ozo Celestine Okoye in his birthday message, wished Chief Patrick well, while describing him as a good friend and giver per excellence with the fear of God.
On the other hand, AIG Ibrahim Adamu (retd) joined in celebrating Chief Patrick on his birthday, while applauding his philanthropy. He said he attended one of his empowerment programmes for widows in Umuahia when he was the Commissioner of Police in between 2013 and 2014, describing the programme as impressive.
The Commissioner of Police Plateau State CP Edward Ogbuka, wished Patrick a happy birthday, and called him a very good friend of the Police.