The winners of the Ikenna Iyiegbu (Ike-Cubana) Online Essay Competition have been declared on December 12, 2022. The announcement is followed by a call on them to be useful to themselves, their family and society.
The sponsor of the Essay Competition and the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), candidate for Idemili North and South Federal Constituency in Anambra State, Ikenna Iyiegbu (Onyechimelu’eze) Çongratulated the winners of the online essay writing competition. At the same time, he talked about the importance of education with the winners. The politician described education as the bedrock of society.
Iyiegbu, popularly called Ike-Cubana by his several supporters and admirers, encouraged the winners of the essay writing competition to make excellence their watchword.
Further, he said that with hard work and sincerity of purpose, the sky would be their stepping stone.
One of the winners and beneficiaries of the competition, Chiamaka Ezeadum, appreciated the education-friendly politician cum philanthropist. She said that she felt overwhelmed with joy. At the same time, she described Iyiegbu as a man after Umu Idemili’s heart.
‘I was very happy when I received a call that I am among the winners of the online essay competition. I thought it was a joke until I met Ike-Cubana. She further said that she was encouraged to read, research and not get bored. I pray for God’s protection and direction towards Hon. Iyiegbu for encouraging Umu Idemili through the essay competition,’ she said.
Benjamin Chukwuebuka emphasized that such competition had never been organized in Idemili Federal Constituency, stating that Iyiegbu had, over time, proved to all and sundry that he had the interest of Umu Idemili at heart.
Chukwuebuka appreciated his benefactors. He also pleaded with Idemili federal constituents to vote for Onyechimelu’eze in the 2023 general elections.
Further, he added that his victory would guarantee more generosity, empowerment, and the attraction of infrastructures and development in Idemili North and South Federal Constituency.