Anaedo Concerned Youth Initiative Drums Their Support For Hon Nonso Okafor
Anaedo Concerned Concerned Youth Initiative has thrown their weight behind the State House of Assembly Member representing the Nnewi North Constituency, Hon Nonso Smart Okafor.
Members of Anaedo Concerned Youth Initiative, accompanied by Popular Agu Abosiududuu Masquerade of the Otolo Nnewi Troupe, yesterday 12th of June 2019 trooped to the Anambra State House of Assembly Complex where they reaffirmed their Support and Loyalty to Hon Nonso Okafor Smart at his Inauguration.
In an exclusive interview with anaedoonline.com, the Spokesperson and the Vice president of Anaedo Concerned Youth Initiative, Hon. Echezona Anazodo intimated Anaedoonline.com that the forum was formed by the youths of Anaedo (Nnewi, Oraifite, and Ichi) with the aim of supporting any of their brothers and Sisters vying for any political office irrespective of the person’s background and Status.
Speaking Further, he said, “We used Hon. Nonso Okafor to ascertain our capability and to announce what we stand for”.
Other executives of the Anaedo Concerned Youth Initiative are;
Hon. Sylvester Ejidike (President), Evang. Emma David Okafoagu Jnr. (Treasurer), Hon Ifenna Ejinwa (Chairman Umudim quarter), Hon. Lotanna Williams Anuluba (Chairman Nnewichi quarter), Chief Stephen Okeke (a member of executive).
After the swearing-in of Hon. Nonso Okafor, there was a grand reception at St. Peter Claver’s Church premises where Hon Nonso entertained his guests that came from far and near to congratulate and felicitate with him.
Different drum groups were present to entertain the guests, there were also much to eat and drink for the guests, with Anaedo Concerned Youth Initiative presenting a very unique gift to Hon. Nonso Okafor with his picture inscribed on it.
In return, Honorable Nonso Smart appreciated the efforts and gestures of the Anaedo Concerned Youth Initiative from the very beginning of his campaign to this moment, promising the group that he will give Nnewi a quality representation at the State House Of Assembly.