I wish to commend all my uncles and aunties in diaspora for their unrelenting efforts to see that our community
move ahead for the good of the people. I'm from Ohaebosim family in Mbubu
Amiri and a student of Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri. I must tell ourselves that no matter what, education still remains the bedrock of any community that want to
Those of us in school, nobody is encouraging or giving us incentive. My self is an example.
I pay my bills in school through the nose because I am from a very poor family and
I know the importance of education. Please my dear people of AIDU I urge you to
really help us in any area you can so that the goal of this community will be achieved. You can as well reach me on my mobile no +2348064504061. Thanks
Sent May 29, 2011
via AIDU Contact Form
Amiri road is in the hands
of God. I believe that it's only God that can help us.
Michael Chimezie Ozonwa,
East London, South Africa
Sent April 13, 2011 via AIDU Contact Form
Dear Brothers &
I'm happy to discover
that much efforts have been made by you to put our town so far forward.
Bravo! However I would like to be part of it if it's possible by having
more information. Thank you very much and keep up the good work.
Lucky Maurice (Obidimma) Nwachukwu (Belgium)
Sent Feb 20, 2011 via AIDU Contact Form
UP AMIRI, UP AMIRICA. I just typed AMIRI on Google on 3 Dec, 2010 and found my town on the web. When I saw this for the first time, my heart was filled with joy. Umu nwanne m bi na obodo AMERICA, obodo LONDON nakwa obodo SOUTH AFRICA, a na m asi unu "DEEDEE AMMEEEE". My name is CHIGOZIE ORIHE, son of late GREGORY ORIHE of Umuecheta, Ukwuegwu, Amiri. I'm based in Onitsha. KEEP THE FAITH na obodo anyi ga di mma.
...I am also available on FACEBOOK.
Dec 3, 2010
My beloved brother. After going through your write up about our town Amiri, I felt bad. I hope that collectively we can do something on that.
At the end of the year, myself and a few others that I can reach by the grace of
GOD, will see what we can do about the road.
This road issue has been a problem to us for many years
now. Also I will try to reach our representative at IMO house to know what she can do on the same issue.
Thanks a lot for your concern and may the good LORD Bless you and your beloved family.
June 16, 2010
Mr Aboh was responding to Mr Onyema's article.
It is true, Amiri has no good roads.
When Iím travelling back to our village, I normally stop at Awo-Omamma junction.
From there, I will proceed to Amiri. I pray to almighty God to help Amiri.
My name is Ngozi Maduagwu. I am From Ubahazu Amiri but now living in Johannesburg, South Africa.
May 13, 2010
Amiri has been suffering for some years now because there are no good markets or hospitals. The worst part is roads, lack of good roads has been one of the bitter pills sons and daughters of Amiri have never been able to swallow.
We cannot come into our town unless we come in through Awo-Omamma road. I think it is time you look into these problems before it gets late. We need a messiah in our town. Nobody to hope on except you.
I know that if we have good roads, other good things will come in from different places and there will be development. Some Amiri children do not like coming home on occasions like Christmas, Easter etc because of road and electricity problems.
Please help us this time so we can also come to our village and be proud of it. Thanks and may God bless you all as you plan for the good and betterment of your people. We always pray God in his kindness will reward all of you over there.
Umuonuoha, Ubahazu, Amiri
March 23, 2010.
In our village we are in
dire need of water most especially in Amuka village. Imo State government, kindly help
aka Natural Nature
February 28, 2010
Hello all AIDU members,
I happen to be an executive of ADU Nigeria (Mother Union). I just want to advise that you carry along the mother union in your activities. I think you are doing a good job, please keep it up.
We also urge you to keep up with the promise of your developmental projects at home. Because you might just be surprised that Amiri has not changed from the way you guys left it many years ago.
I wish you all the very best.
Exco Member, ADU (Mother Union)
November 10, 2009
I Solomon Ugochukwu Anochirim, from Isiorie Amiri is hereby congratulating all the Amiri people in DIASPORA, BASED IN USA on their progressive effort in forming such unity organisation.
On behalf of Amiri Students Association Enugu State University of Science and Technology, (ESUT), FACULTY OF LAW, I'M SAYING IT SHALL BE WELL WITH YOU.
I also solicit your collective support in helping us achieve our educational vision. OGA ADIRI UNU MMA.
October 9, 2009
On behalf of my family and the greater Onyima family, I'm using this opportunity to thank all Amirians in the United States and Europe especially those who graced the July 5th convention. My home has never seen this number of folks at one time and to cap it all, you guys made the place so lively that my kids are asking when you all are coming again.
I just hope everyone got enough satisfactory fun while here and I expect much more solidarity henceforth. Once more thanks for sharing my little home with my dear family. God bless Amiri...we miss all of you.
Chief Magnus Onyima
Okwe 1, of Amiri
July 8, 2008
Dear Brothers & Sisters,
I wish to use this medium to express my heart felt warm greetings and thank all Amiri indigenes in diaspora and at home, for all their effort in the development of
Amiri. I pray that we always remember where we come from. I suggest that we seek new ways to attract foreign and local aid and investment from governments, charity organizations, wealthy individuals, corporate bodies, etc to our community.
We lack virtually every thing to live a good life in that little village we call ours, ranging from security of life and properties, electricity, drinking water, market, schools etc. I know we cannot do much left a lone.
I think its time we wake up to the reality.
Mr. Mayor Emeka Nwanebi
Sec. Gen. ADU United Kingdom Branch
June 26, 2008
I wish to thank you all for the preparations you are making towards seeing that we have a wonderful convention this year. Please keep it up. At the same time, be adviced that I will be taking a full page advert in the AIDU year book. My photo and advert will reach you within the next few days via email. By God's grace, many of us will be coming from Europe to support in making Amiri a liveable place.
God bless you all.
Chief Ekwueme Nwokeji (Vicman), UK Branch
June 5, 2008
NEED FOR A MISSION
It should be a good idea for us to have a mission statement along with our overall goals and purpose. It is very important. I will follow up with the president upon his return. We need to make our site user friendly and thus, another way of raising funds through the public media/net. I will be sharing my ideas with the executive during our next tele-conference / convention.
June 3, 2008