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Abia APP Guber Candidate, Mascot Invested into Knighthood of St John

•Chief Mascot and wife, Mrs Adaeze Uzor-Kalu.

By Ogochukwu Isioma

Governorship candidate of the Action Peoples Party (APP) for the 2023 gubernatorial election in Abia state, Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu, has been invested into the order of Knights of St John International (KSJI).

Igbere TV reports that the investiure took place at the KSJI Grand Commandery, Maria Assumpta Cathedral, Owerri, the Imo State capital, on Friday.

The former Abia Chief of Staff was invested alongside two others – Sir Emeka Diwe and Sir Marcel Eze – whom he described as his friends.

•Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu with two others invested into Knighthood on Friday.

During the colourful event, the knights were advised to live a life of more service, dedication to humanity, rekindle their zeal for service to God and defend the church at all time.

While knighting Chief Kalu, the Bishop charged the Governorship hopeful to always obey the charge of knighthood which includes sacrifice, meekness, humility and bring these to bear in all endeavors.

Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu in an interview with journalists, shortly after the investiture, described the honour as a call for greater christian service, which has been his hallmark.

•Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu with other knights alongside the presiding Bishop.

He thanked the Knights of St. John International Nigeria for finding him worthy to be a part of the Knighthood, as he recommits his faith in God.

According to him, the investiture will further spur him to rededicate himself more to humanity and the defense of the church.

“With God on my side, I promise to use this recognition as a platform for more service to God and humanity,” Chief Mascot Uzor Kalu noted.

The investiture attracted dignitaries including wife of the APP governorship candidate, Mrs Adaeze Uzor-Kalu, members of the APP and Mascot Uzor Kalu Campaign Organisations, friends and retinue of aides.

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