FIRST LADY OF KABBA/BUNU EMBRACES UNITY AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT IN CONGRATULATING NEW CARETAKER CHAIRMAN

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In an inspiring gesture of camaraderie, the esteemed Mrs. Grace Dare, First Lady of Kabba/Bunu, and the members of the St. Monica’s Old Girls Association, SMOGA extended their warm congratulations to the newly appointed Caretaker Chairman of the Kabba/Bunu Local Government Area. The visit, which took place on February 13th, 2024, exemplified the spirit of community support and collaboration.

Emphasizing the importance of unity and cooperation, Mrs. Grace Dare, adorned in the St. Monica’s College Kabba uniform, led the delegation in conveying their sincere congratulations to the Chairman. The First Lady’s commitment to fostering harmony and progress within the community was evident as she voiced the significance of collective efforts in driving development initiatives forward.

Mrs. Esther Medubi, the Home President of SMOGA, underscored the invaluable contributions of the SMOGA Alumni towards education, youth empowerment, and community development. She expressed confidence in the Chairman’s leadership abilities and pledged the unwavering support of the association in realizing the shared vision of prosperity and growth for Kabba/Bunu LGA.

The First Lady extended a gracious invitation to the Chairman for the upcoming milestone celebration of the 60th anniversary of SMOGA, emphasizing the enduring values instilled by St. Monica’s College Kabba through its alumni network.

In response, the newly appointed Caretaker Chairman, Hon (Barr.) Zaccheaus Dare Micheal, warmly welcomed the delegation and expressed profound gratitude for their support. He recognized the pivotal role of alumni associations in nurturing a sense of belonging and fostering sustainable development, pledging transparency, accountability, and service delivery.

Modestly and enthusiastically, the Chairman conveyed his appreciation for the honor bestowed upon him, recognizing the significance of commemorating six decades of academic excellence and community service. He articulated his eagerness to participate in the festivities, emphasizing the importance of fostering strong ties and collaboration among alumni, stakeholders, and community members.

The meeting concluded with a sense of optimism, heralding a new era of cooperation and progress under the dynamic leadership of the Chairman and the unwavering support of the SMOGA Alumni. With shared goals and a spirit of unity, the Kabba/Bunu Local Government Area embarked on a journey towards a brighter future.

E-sign: Comr. Amos Olumodeji, SA Media, Office of the First Lady, Kabba/Bunu LGA, Kogi State.




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