Prince Lawrence Eze (a philanthropist), constructed a 4.5km road with streetlights for his Mburubu community, in Nkanu East Local Government Area of Enugu State, to enhance the evacuation of farm produce from the area to Enugu and neighbouring states.
The road links Nara through Mburubu to Nome rail lines. He had earlier rehabilitated three bridges linking the communities of Ugbawka – Nara – Mburubu and Nomeh.The road commissioning was part of activities lined up to mark the 50th Ofalla festival of his father, the traditional ruler of Mburubu community, Igwe Emmanuel Eze, the Ozulumba I of Mburubu, who has enjoyed the kingship for 50 years.
Prince Eze’s philanthropy exercise is to rehabilitate all roads within the community, He said the only way he can appreciate God for the gift of life was to give a face-lift to his community and put smiles on the faces of his people through roads construction and award of scholarships to indigent students.
 
N.B: From Image Above, Ugwuanyi commissioning the road, while Prince Lawrence Eze, Bishop Emmanuel Chukwuma of the Enugu Anglican Communion and others look on.
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Author: Alexander Mezue

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