Fifty is golden, and whoever attains 50years with means and achievement must be grateful to his or her creator. The day, Thursday November 7, 2013 will go down in the record books as a turning point in the life of Dr. Chidinma Uwajumogu. She has been impacting on the lives of Nigerians through her NGO, which makes advocacy on cancer.
Speaking to newsmen at the occasion that was attended by creme de la creme of Nigerian society, Dr. Uwajumogu encouraged women to be hard-working in order to be able to raise good children. She believed that a woman can hold any position like their male counterparts. She thanked God for guiding and protecting her up to that moment, and providing her with means to bring her children up in good ways in and schools.
The birthday was not just merriment. It was combined with a colloquium tagged; “Reawakening Our Social Values”. Speaking at the event, Dr. Audu Ogbeh enjoined Nigerians to hold their leaders accountable and make them deliver dividends of democracy to them.
Time management was another important topic discussed at the event and many contributors believed that it must start from the family as the family is the base of every nation.
The event was chaired by former senate president, Dr. Ken Nnamani. Three serving governors graced the occasion; Rochas Okorocha(Imo), Ayo Fayemi(Ekiti), and Ibikunle Amosun(Ogun).