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Virtuous Women Forum hails Commissioner Ugorji for adding value to its one year anniversary event


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The Virtuous Women Forum has expressed gratitude to Hon. Commissioner for Homeland Security and Vigilante Affairs in Imo State, Dr. Ugorji Okechukwu Ugorji, for honouring its one year anniversary event which was hosted last Sunday, December 10, in Owerri, the state capital.

The Forum said that his distinguished presence at its anniversary signals his “unwavering support for women empowerment” as well as his commitment to fostering positive change in the society.

In a letter, Mrs. Amaka Ugwu, the Founder/CEO of Virtuous Women Forum, thanked Dr. Ugorji immensely setting aside time from his busy schedule to honour women.

Thanking Ugorji further, Mrs. Ugwu noted:

“The Virtuous Women Forum stands as a beacon of hope and inspiration for countless women, offering a platform where they can discuss pressing issues, share experiences, and develop strategies to overcome the challenges they face.

“Your presence at this momentous occasion not only acknowledged the achievements of the forum but also conveyed a powerful message of encouragement and affirmation to the women involved.

“Your participation in the anniversary event highlighted your understanding of the significance of uplifting women in our communities.

“By joining us, you demonstrated your belief in the potential of women to create a better future, both personally and professionally.

“Your valuable insights and contributions during the Event undoubtedly fueled the motivation and determination of the attendees to continue their pursuit of excellence.

“We are immensely grateful for the time and effort you invested in attending the event.

“Your presence added gravitas to the occasion, making it even more memorable and impactful.

“Your support has fostered a sense of unity among the participants and our members, reinforcing our determination to achieve our goals…

“We remain hopeful that with your continued involvement, we can create a society where every woman is respected, valued, and given equal opportunities to thrive.

“Once again, thank you for your invaluable presence and encouragement,” Ugwu concluded.

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