His Majesty, Nnaemeka Achebe, Obi of Onitsha, Agbogidi, has called for attention to also be paid to social and infrastructural development within the greater Onitsha metropolis such that these would be in tandem with the new projects. His Majesty was speaking during the 2020 Onicha Ofala which was held on October 11, 2020.
Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe (Agbogidi), has banned the use of canon and masquerades within Onitsha territory as the commercial nerve centre of Anambra State celebrates new yam festival
-Holds October 11 and 12 in line with COVID-19 protocols. The Ofala Onicha, which is the highpoint of Onitsha Ceremonial Cycle, will be held this year without the usual display
Arrangements have been finalized for an Onitsha Economic Empowerment Programme. The programme which was recently announced by Agbogidi, Obi of Onitsha, His Majesty, Nnaemeka Achebe, is part of a strategy
His Majesty has announced the introduction of an economic empowerment programme by the Community COVID-19 Response Team (OCCRT) as part of a strategy for medium to long term sustainable interventions in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The palliatives which comprised 150 bags of 10kg rice and 500 packs of malt drinks were delivered by Chinyelugo Chuma Umunna, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Manager, International Breweries Plc. Chief Chulo Asika, Akpe Olodi and Chief Mike Areh, Ede Gbogbogaga Joint Coordinators of the OCCRT received the palliatives at Ime Obi Onicha, Ezechima Square.
Two thousand, five and fifty four Onitsha indigenes have received palliatives under the second phase of the distribution scheme undertaken by the Onitsha Community Covid-19 Response Team. The exercise which kicked off on Wednesday, June 24, at Ime Obi Onicha, Ezechima Square Onitsha ended on Saturday, July 4, covered beneficiaries from all quarters of Onitsha.
Two thousand Onitsha indigenes are to receive palliatives under the second phase of the distribution scheme which commenced on Wednesday, June 24, at Ime Obi Onicha, Ezechima Square Onitsha.
Sixty-eight ndi Onicha have participated in a training exercise that has prepared them to deliver an Outreach and Sensitisation Programme for Early Prevention and Mitigation of Covid-19 within the Onitsha community.
The Onitsha Traditional Council has decided that in order to comply fully with the Covid -19 safety and hygiene protocols, the community will fulfill its annual traditional and ritual obligations in a modest way. The Council says…