A renowned legal luminary and philanthropist, Comr. Barr. Ifeanyi Williams Agholor, on Thursday, November 5,2020 bagged Nigerians Voice For Good Governance,NVGG award ,as the Voice of Justice of the year.
The award was presented to the fearless Owanta born lawyer at his office by the President of the Association, Dr Isaiah Overare in Agbor, Delta State.
While presenting the award to Barr Agholor, the President of the Association, Dr. Isaiah Overare said that the award was given to Aghaolor due to his humanitarian services to the people in the country and in the diaspora. He advised others in the country to emulate Aghaolor, as it pays to give than to receive.
Responding, Comr. Barr. Agholor expressed gratitude to God and the Association for honouring him with such outstanding award, positing that he is overwhelmed with happiness.
In his words, ” I am happy that members of the public, organization, among others appreciate my efforts towards the growth and development of Nigeria. It is also a recognition for hard work. This is to encourage our youths to work hard. The youths should wake up to their responsibilities and stop deceiving people to make money. They should go to school and acquire their certificate. If care is not taken, in the next fifteen years, no youth will be able to come out to take leadership position in the country, because there is no certificate and there may be economy recession. By then, this generation will be wasted, because everyone of them is interested in making money.
“I want to thank Federal Government for handling the EndSARS protests diplomatically. The people who organized the protest have good intention for doing so, but, hoodlums hijacked it to destroy its relevance.
I want to say that this EndSARS protests have revealed many atrocities perpetrated by our governors. It also shows that they are callous, because the palliative meant for the people, they hyped it to amass wealth for themselves. This is injustices and inhumanity to man. The National Assembly should look into this will security reasons”.