Uzodinma’s aide visits sick journalist

The Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State, Mr. Oguwike Nwachuku, has visited Mr. Ogechi Iwu, a journalist with Osiza FM in Owerri, who is hospitalized at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Owerri over complications from diabetes, which led to his right leg being amputated.

Nwachuku said that the visit was to show solidarity on behalf of Governor Uzodimma to his professional colleague, assure him of their prayers, particularly that of his principal, and the prayers of Mr. Iwu’s friends and well wishers who are touched by his plight.

“I am here on behalf of my principal to associate with him in this time of health challenge and to encourage him not to see the sickness as a death sentence.”

Nwachuku urged Mr. Iwu to continue in the high spirit he saw him and trust God for his total recovery “because healing is a thing of mind and when a sick person is in high spirit the patient gets recovered quickly.”

The spokesman of the Governor promised to bring the plight of the journalist to the attention of his principal, and assured that the Governor would, in his usual manner of one with milk of human sympathy, show concern over Iwu’s plight.

Earlier, Mr. Iwu thanked the CPS/Media Adviser, the State Chairman of NUJ, Imo State, Chief Christopher Akaraonye and other journalists who were on the entourage, for coming to identify with him on his sick bed, and assured that God in his infinite mercy would quicken his recovery.

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