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The founder, Ndubuisi Emenike Foundation, a youth advocacy and philanthropic organization in Imo state, Engr. Emenike Ndubuisi, has advised students of Mbano origin to avoid membership of secret cults and other criminal acts capable of jeopardizing their future progress.

Addressing the students, during the annual cultural day celebration and launching of Almanac by the Federated Mbano Students Association, at the Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, AIFCE campus, on Sunday. Engr. Ndubuisi said that, he will remain supportive of activities of the students, provided they do not engage in criminal activities such as cultism, armed robbery and kidnapping.

The Ehime Mbano-born business mogul, further stated, that, he is desirous of extending his empowerment programme to the students, a way of assisting them  secure gainful employment when they graduate from the college, among other means of economic empowerment to the students.

He, noted with satisfaction, that Mbano indigenes always take the lead in socio-economic and political advancement of the state, and urged the students to be hardworking as it is the veritable means for economic progress.

Highlight of the event was the launching of the almanac and award of excellence, earlier conferred on Engr. Emenike Ndubuisi by the students.

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