The Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ebonyi, Chief Stanley Emeagha, and other notable personalities have lauded the Chief Executive Officer of C-Sagas Projects Nig. Ltd., Chief Christian Asaga Nwali, for his acts of philanthropy.

This is contained in a statement signed by Nwali and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Abuja.

Nwali distributed exotic cars to his staff, in appreciation of their contributions to the successes of the company over the years.

Emeagha described Nwali as ‘one of a kind’, adding that the business Mogul has set a pace and cultivated the habit of making his workers very happy.

According to the Ebonyi APC Chair, “what stands Nwali out among his peers is his humility, as the hotelier is the most understanding, approachable and appreciative boss any worker would dream to have.”

Similarly, the Attorney-General of Ebonyi and Commissioner for Justice, Dr Ben Odoh, eulogized Nwali, saying the gesture is another humanitarian intervention worthy of emulation.

Odoh appreciated Nwali for celebrating generosity, night of gratitude and community impact.

Also, the former Minister of Culture and Tourism, Amb. Franklin Ogbuewu, described the gesture as one worthy of emulation, extolling the good virtue of humility exhibited by Nwali.

He added that Nwali is the most humble, young and intelligent person he has ever come across.

Meanwhile, the Chief of Staff to the Ebonyi Governor, Prof. Emmanuel Echiegu, appreciated God for the likes of Nwali in Ebonyi.

Echiegu revealed that the humble architect and philanthropist has over 500 employees in his establishments in Abakaliki, Enugu, Abuja, Lagos and many other places.

He added that Nwali has always endeavoured to help the state and Federal Government in lifting Nigerians out of poverty and giving hope to the less privileged in the country.

In his response, Nwali, who has previously been conferred with the chieftaincy titles of Odozie Obodo 1 of Ameka Ikwo and Uzochukwu wara 1 of Ekpelu Kingdom in Ikwo Local Government Area (LGA), said the gestures were targeted at inspiring the beneficiaries.

According to him, “it is to motivate them and change them positively, hoping that they, in turn, would change others for a better world.” (NAN)

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