We all danced felicitiously on this Red-Letter Day of a great philanthropist with heartwarming goodwill messages for the man of the moment whose philanthropic legacies are written all over the face of the earth.
Hon. Sunday Feke is both an economic and political leader. He’s not an illusive name in the leadership folk in Burutu Local Government Area, most especially his home town, Ayakoromo. He uses his resources in different forms to building a better Ayakoromo town by extending hands of fellowship to elders and youths alike. Developmentally, he has equally contributed to our dear country home.
On this auspicious day of his birth anniversary, a group of youths and kinsmen paid an unscheduled courtesy visit to Hon. Feke at his Warri residence. He warmly received the group with the accuracy of traditional mechanisms of entertainment to visitors in Ijaw land.
With utmost and unrestrained joy, Hon. Sunday appreciated the August Visitors and every other person in one forum or the other for the goodwill messages and best of wishes to celebrate him on his cake day.
Moreover, Prince Sunday Feke made some salient calls to leaders, most essentially to the leaders of his immediate community thematically on building a better society, Ayakoromo community to be precise.
Notably, Feke hinted on the essentialism of a united front to foster development of our dear town. We had all in one form or the other influenced the existing development from political and other wings in society. We must strive to do more, nurture and hatch our intents in practical terms.
Shedding more light on the first, building an ideal society doesn’t stop at infrastructural developments. There’s poverty and hunger pandemic in the land. It’s therefore pertinent to engage youths vocationally, harness synergies to grow small enterprises for people by offering soft loans, and working employment for youths in firms and government ministries. On the issue of employment, political and economic leaders have good score on the sheet.
In addition to the aforementioned areas of concern, Feke has called all sons and daughters of Ayakoromo town living in Warri and its environs to reinvigorate the Ayakoromo Urban Community, Warri Branch. According to him, this is imperative because it’s a connecting rod to reach our people in Warri metropolitan city, a means to relive our oneness even in other lands. This needs a lively touch by all well-meaning Warri-based Ayakoromites to reconnect our root. It’s another sure medium to building our dear Ayakoromo town.
Summarily, the birthday celebrant pleads with all stakeholders on the Ayakoromo agenda furnish themselves with committed innovative leadership style to deliver on the “Ayakoromo Project” which takes clue from unity, empowerment, employment, and collective and individual influenza of infrastructural projects to the community.