Chief(Pharmacist)Peter Idu @50, Provides succour to the Needy, Grand finale of birthday celebration sets for Monday

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Programs of activities to mark the 50th birthday of a philanthropist, an accomplish businessman and a community leader, Chief (Pharmacist) Peter Yakubu Idu will climax on Monday, the twenty-fifth of this month in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.

The program for the grand finale will be a special thanksgiving mass to hold at Chida Hotel, Abuja at twelve noon.

According to the programs lined up to mark the birthday, “Chief (Pharmacist) Peter Yakubu Idu, the Ogah- Atta Igala and also the Ese R’ Ovie of Agbarha-Otor Kingdom at 50″, will be rounded off with an evening with foster children which will take place at the Victorine Home, Plot11, 4th avenue, opposite Starview Hotel Gwarinpa at four o’clock in the afternoon.

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Chief (Pharmacist)Peter Idu had at the commencement of the series of events to herald his birthday on Thursday organized breakfast for pupils of LGEA Primary Schools in Kiagini and Saburi respectively all in Abuja.

It was equally another cheering moment this Saturday as Chief (Pharmacist) Peter Idu along with his friends and associates had dinner with persons with disabilities (breaking of fast) at Karmajiji, besides National Army Cemetery City gate.

At the event, the Igalamela/Odolu Local Government born philanthropist said his decision to celebrate his 50th birthday with pupils and the vulnerable members of the society was reflective of his own early age background that was not characterized with bread and butter.

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” I’m not oblivious of the fact that God has made remarkable impacts on my life, His grace and favour upon me has been outstanding and worth celebrating at 50″.

“There’s no better time than now to appreciate and thank God by identifying with the needy and the disadvantaged members of the society. I feel excited, fulfilled and satisfied that God is using me one way or other to touch lives positively”.

Meanwhile, friends and associates of the celebrant who attended some of the events so far to mark his birthday, have all applauded Chief Peter Idu for his generosity and uncommon kindness.

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They described him as a very caring, compassionate and a jolly good fellow, praying God to continue to keep and preserve his life for more service to humanity.

Ali Atabor.

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