Abia-based businessman, Amobi Ogah has congratulated the Minister of State for Mines and Steel Development, Dr Uchechukwu Samson Ogah at the occasion of his 52nd birthday, describing him as an enterprising nationalist who has demonstrated hard work in both private and public sector management.
Amobi who is younger brother to the Minister further described him as a source of inspiration whose immense contributions honed his (Amobi) business acumen.
In a congratulatory letter sighted by ABN TV on Wednesday, Amobi expressed gratitude to God for granting his brother, Ogah a new page in life.
He also expressed gratitude that among many qualified individuals, God singled out the Minister to be a part of efforts to re-write the country’s history at the top echelon, noting that his brother the Minister is an embodiment of God’s grace and love.
“Not many are blessed with a brother who can inspire you or show you way to success. God has been gracious to me by blessing me with seed of kindness, love, hard work, and resilience like him who is willing and ready to be your shoulder.
“I am delighted that he represents a personification of God’s endless grace, love, and mercy. In him manifests God’s word that He chooses whom He wishes. Among many others, He singled out Ogah for top national assignment.
“His humility and good heart for others irrespective of who they are is unparalleled. As an investor, his business interest is a melting pot for people from various religious and ethnic backgrounds.
“As one of the largest employers of labour in Abia, he has raised the bar of empowerment beyond rhetoric to reality. He has inspired and led many to their gates of success.
“His enviable record as a dexterous and goal-oriented administrator cuts across the private and public sector. His has been a rich part in the country’s solid minerals development history.
“It is my earnest wish and prayer that God shall keep you to celebrate more years and in good health and bring to fruition your sincere desire to see an egalitarian and prosperous Nigeria and Abia.
“I celebrate you as you hit the 52nd step and wish you long life and prosperity,” he said.