Anambra-born business Executive and philanthropist Dr Stanley Uzochukwu has hosted more than one thousand persons in commemoration of his thirty-ninth birthday.
Correspondent Daniel Ezeigwe has reports that as he presented gifts to his guests, including the holy bible, Dr Uzochukwu said that among all the gifts he had in stock for them on the day, he believed that the holy book was worth more than anything in life as it was through its reviving words that he found his redemption.
He noted that the occasion was divinely instructed, stating that the best gift he expected from the guests was to embrace God and walk in His light, as it was through such practice that true success can come.
Speaking about the benefactor, a widow, Mrs Hannatu Danladi from Plateau State, described Dr Uzochukwu as a practical Christian whose wealth has saved many people, noting that widows in the north central are also beneficiaries of his largesse.
Chinenye Okeke, who works with Anambra State Ministry of Justice but have had to be taken to work each day by a company vehicle assigned to her, by Dr Uzochukwu due to her physical condition, was given a brand new car by Stanel Group Chief Executive during the ceremony.
Some members of staff of the Stanel Group also gave testimonies on how their Director have affected their lives with his benevolence.
A chieftain of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Ben Obi was among those at the event.
Dr Uzochukwu who was born on thirtieth July, 1982 in Calabar, Cross River State, hails from Osumenyi in Nnewi South Local Government Area.