Sen. Sandy Onor Extols Rev. Fr. Justine Udie At 10th Priestly Ordination Anniversary, Donates 1million To His Charity Foundation

By Joseph Ndifon

The senator representing cross river central senatorial district, Sen. Prof. Sandy Onor has extolled Rev. Fr. Justine Udie and described him as being straight and clear in all his dealings.

Sen. Onor made this known on Saturday, 12th of Sept. 2020, when he made guest appearance at the 10th Priestly Ordination Anniversary of Rev. Fr Justin Bengiegieye Udie (Executive Secretary, Ogoja Diocesan Education Board).

The event was held at School Hall, Holy Child Secondary School (Mount Camel Chaplency), Igoli-Ogoja.

Sen. Prof Sandy Ojang Onor Praised Rev. Fr Humphrey for the beautiful homily rendered, which he said captured in truth, the personality of Rev. Fr Justin.

His words “Fr Justin is very straight and clear in all his dealings and has always stood in the gap, readily available to pray for me, my family and the good people of Cross River Central Senatorial District. I thank him immensely.

“Because of the nature of our kind of politics, it takes great courage even as a Catholic Priest to speak truth to power. Rev. Fr Justin has shown himself approved as a Priest of God and has at all times, spoken truth to power”

The Senator also admonished critics of public officials to do so with a sense of responsibility and value. ” criticising public officials is not a bad thing, but has to be done with every sense of responsibility. There are times and seasons. For you to be able to criticize a public official, you must locate his tenure in time and season”

The lawmaker however, emphasized that things would definitely get better as far as the Lord is on the throne.

The senator donated the sum of one million naira (#1million) to Rev. Fr Justin Udie’s Charity Foundation, to enable the celebrant give back to the society.



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