The Onyeadors donate clinic, school to Jesus the Saviour Sisters


The Nicholas Onyeador family of Amuvi, Arochukwu has donated a clinic/pharmacy, a nursery/ primary school and a skill acquisition centre to Sisters of Jesus the Savour in memory of their late parents Nicholas Onyeador and Bridget Onyeador.

Speaking at the opening of the clinic on All Soul’s Day, the Parish priest of St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, Amankwu and Dean of Ututu Deanery, Fr. Francis Mmaduagwu thanked the family for their foresightedness and care for the health of people in the community.He prayed God almighty to bless members of the family and grant the souls of their parent’s eternal rest. 

The family had earlier donated a Primary school, Jesus the Saviour International. Primary School, Amuvi to the Sisters of Jesus the Savour through Mazi Stan Onyeador. Similarly, the family is making plans to begin a skill acquisition programme for indigent girls in Arochukwu through Catherine Onyeador Charity Foundation. The training is billed to begin 21st of December, 2020. 

The opening ceremony of the clinic and pharmacy store was attended by priests from Holy Family, Okpo, Mata Misericodea Parish, Umuzomgbo and St Paul’s Ututu. Others are St. Thomas, Amuvi, Divine Mercy Parish Arochukwu, St. Mulumba, Ihechiowa and Mercy Hospital. There was also free diabetes tests and treatment for aged men and women.

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