The newly inaugurated President of Good Friends Sports Club Owerri, Chief Evans Nwakamma Eziohuru (KSC), says the club drives charity as one of its objectives is to help the needy in the society to meet their problems in order to live happily and comfortably.
He disclosed this in his inaugural speech after he was officially inaugurated as the new President of the club held last Friday at the Arena Club, Shell Camp, Owerri.
While promising to work optimally as to move the club forward, Eziohuru hinted that there is plan by the leadership of the club to strengthen security, increase and retain membership of the club, ensure effective possession of its new site at Nekede Owerri, promote the relationship of the club with other notable clubs in Imo State including reorganising social activities of the club.
According to the President, "I earnestly accept the trust you have bestowed on me and I do hereby pledge that with the help and support of my executive and all the members of the club, I will do my best to meet the challenges. Our club, as we all know, is built on a strong leadership foundation and I am fortunate to have a membership that is fully committed to the club's service. This club is blessed with a good number of prominent leaders and members that are positive in character".
Calling on every member of the club "to join hands with the present executive and new grounds in forging a stronger and a truly united Good Friends Sports Club, Eziohuru expressed gratitude to the club for electing him as President, assuring that he will never fail them.
With other exco members: Chief Deacon Stanley Akaniro, Hon. Moses Uvie-Odeghe, Chief Martin Obi, High Chief Oscar Angus Okorie, Chief Sir SURV, BC Onukwugha and Mr. Clement Amajoyi promising to discharge their duty creditably to build the club to advance success and charity to the needy, vulnerable in the society.
The inauguration ceremony ritual was performed by Godwin Iyke Umah, who told the new executive to function efficiently and in accordance to the law of the club as well as discard any parochial interest which he added may hinder the progress and success of the club.