Today, Saturday 14 September 2019, the ECWA College of Health Technology Kagoro, Kaduna State stood still for a Scholar, Lawmaker and a Humanitarian, Hon Simon Mwadkwon, PhD as he bagged the award of excellence for service to Humanity.
It was an atmosphere filled with excitement and joy as the Hon Member was honored amidst cheers for his Humanitarianism, focus on service delivery to the people, fight for the rights of the common man, his unbeaten records as a council Chairman and distinguished representation in the National Assembly and also as a voice of his people and all the oppressed.
The member whose résumé dazzled the audience, thanked the College for finding him worthy of the award moreso that he’s been recognized miles away from his constituency.
“Though I am still unaware of who nominated me for this award, I believe the impact of my service to Humanity must have prompted and singled me out, I appreciate your recognition”, he stated.
He charged the graduands to be good ambassadors of the College, to be courageous to conquer the already saturated society where job opportunities have become so scarce. He advised them to use their professionalism to bridge the gap of unemployment through clusters.
“I kneel before the Lord always, that’s why I stand tall before the world, always seek the face of the Lord and you will conquer heights”, he added.
He prayed for the institution to continue to Excel academically and in its productivity and become a degree awarding institution.
The other awardees include Hon Gideon Gwani, House of Representatives Minority Whip, Hon Daniel Nanbol Listick Member representing Langtang North Central in the Plateau State House of Assembly.
The ECWA Vice President, Hon Esther Simi Dusu, Member representing Jos North West, Plateau State House of Assembly, Former Minority whip, House of Representatives were amongst several other dignitaries who graced the occasion.
The award was thereafter presented to the People’s Representative by the ECWA Vice President after a captivating citation.
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