Imo FIDA honours The Guardian correspondent, police commissioner’s wife, others | The Guardian Nigeria News


The Guardian Newspaper correspondent for Imo State, Collins Osuji, has received a Merit and Service Award by the state chapter of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA). 

The honour, according to Imo FIDA, was in recognition of his support in projecting the goals and objectives of the association in the state.

Also, honoured were the wife of the state Commissioner of Police, Hajiya Habiba Barde, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Boss Radio, Owerri, Evng. Mike Ikoku, among others, for their contributions in promoting, preserving and protecting rights and welfare of women, as well as children in the state, especially the vulnerable.

The wife of the state governor, Chioma Uzodimma, Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Charles Akaolisa, founder of Imo FIDA, Justice Roseline Wilson, Justice Ama Eluwa, Justice T .E. Chukwuemeka-Chike and Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme, were also awarded and decorated as matrons and ambassadors of the association. 

Source: Guardian Newspaper