Sampson Ahuchogu Foundation has secured 45 federal jobs indigenes of Isiala Ngwa North & South in various federal Establishments across the country.

Handing over Appointments letters to the beneficiaries the founder Sampson Ahuchogu foundation, Chief Sampson Ahuchogu charged the beneficiaries to be good ambassadors of Isiala Ngwa South in particular and Abia State in general, in his words “God has used me to help you, I can’t keep the job for you, The ball is now within your penalty box Take advantage of it to better your lives. Be vigilant, Be careful,  Take this job seriously, Use this job as a point of contact to help others”.

Earlier in his speech the Director General of Sampson Ahuchaogu Foundation, Hon. Ahuruonye Darlington gave a brief history of the foundation and admonished beneficiaries to pick their loins and show ‘workings’.

He stated that the Foundation has come to stay, adding that greater things are about to happen from the stables of the Foundation.

Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries two of the beneficiaries, Mrs Augusta Azubuike and Franklin Nwaoru thanked the Foundation for putting smiles on their respective faces and promised to live up to expectations and portray a good image of the local Government while discharging their duties.

Founder Sampson Ahuchogu foundation with a beneficiary

Highlight of the event was the handing over of employment letters to the beneficiaries.

The event witnessed the presence of notable stakeholders in Isiala ngwa north including Sir David Chidi Ezindu and St. Moses Ogbonna.