It was an emotional moment on Saturday as Promiseland, a real estate firm, in conjunction with Defence and Police Officers Wives Association, DEPOWA, presented plots of land to families and widows of fallen Nigerian heroes. 

The donation was part of activities to mark the 2024 Armed Forces Remembrance Day. 

The event, which took place at the DEPOWA Secretariat in Abuja, attracted officials and members of the association within and outside the nation’s capital.

According to the real estate firm, the gesture was to appreciate the families of those who paid the supreme price for the peace and unity of Nigeria.

In his remarks, the CEO of Promiseland Estate, Ambasador Lawrence Oloche Emmanuel, who was represented by the Chief Communications Officer of the company, Emmanuel Odukwe, said the gesture is a token of appreciation for the fallen heroes and their families.

"This gesture is a token of appreciation for the fallen heroes and their families. On behalf of my boss, Ambassador Lawrence Emmanuel, MON, we honor their sacrifices for the peace and unity of Nigeria. 

“Ambassador Lawrence Oloche Emmanuel and the entitre management of Promiseland Estate deeply value the sacrifices of these heroes, and through this initiative, we aim to express our gratitude in a tangible and meaningful way."

On her part, the president of DEPOWA, Mrs Oghogho Gwabin Musa, lauded the company for the donation, while noting that the gesture will create a sense of belonging among the widows and families of the deceased military officers.






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