The sister to late Miss Iniubong Umoren who was gruesomely murdered recently while looking for job, met with officials of Akan Udofia's Desicon Company Limited to accept the job earlier offered to her by the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Akan Udofia.
Iniubong's sister, Ubong Umoren met with the staff of Desicon Engineering Limited at the company's office in Port Harcourt on Tuesday, 18th May, 2021 for formal acceptance and documentation of her new job.
Recall that the CEO of the Desicon Engineering Limited, Mr Akanimo Udofia, had during his condolence visit to the family of Late Miss Iniubong Umoren, promised to employ late Iniubong's elder sister to work in his company branch with immediate effect.
The Akwa Ibom born multi billionaire and philanthropist made the offer in the presence of some of his company associates and staff on the 8th of May, 2021.
(Iniubong's sister in the middle; her brother first from the right).
Miss Ubong Umoren was accompanied by her elder and only brother, Mr Ukeme Umoren to the company office at Port Harcourt.
This acceptance and documentation exercise takes place four days after the burial of the sister.
Congratulations to Miss Ubong Umoren on her new appointment. God bless Mr Akanimo Udofia. And God bless the soul of Iniubong whose death brought this fortune to the sister.
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