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Christmas: Firm Fetes Clients, Widows, Less Privileged

A Port Harcourt based contracting firm, P'Delco Global Services has distributed assortment of gift items to more than 90 clients, including the less-privileged and widows of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Rukpokwu, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area for Christmas.

A Port Harcourt based contracting firm, P'Delco Global Services has distributed assortment of gift items to more than 90 clients, including the less-privileged and widows of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Rukpokwu, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area for Christmas.

Speaking to journalists after the presentation of the gift items which held in Port Harcourt at the weekend, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Mrs. Kenim Kate Okpara expressed gratitude to God for making the vision of the company a success story.

The CEO said it had been her utmost desire to bring succour to the poor segments of the society, stressing that greater joy comes when through good deeds; you put smiles on the faces of others.

Mrs. Okpara poured encomiums on her husband, Engr. Lucas Okpara who is the CEO of Lucastar Technical Services as well as Leader, Voice of the New Breed, for actualizing the dream of their success story.

While lauding her clients for a mutually beneficial business year, Mrs. Okpara also promised greater opportunities in the coming year.

Earlier while addressing newsmen, Engr. Lucas Okpara, an Electrical Engineer and graduate of Okoh Polytechnic, Anambra state, who hails from Okwuzi Egbema in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni LGA, added: “P'Delco Global Services is all about putting food on the tables of the less-privileged. It's more or less a contribution, something at the end of the year you receive a package based on what you have contributed so far".

A beneficiary of the Christmas package, Mrs. Justina Amadi, thanked the Lucas family for putting smiles on her face this Christmas.

Amadi, a widow, commended Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Okpara in handling people's money, urging them to keep up the tempo.

Other beneficiaries of the Lucas's good gesture, urged other public spirited members of society to emulate the good example and write their names in the sands of time.