Popular Abuja-based hotelier, business mogul, philanthropist and CEO of C-Sagas Projects Nig. Ltd., Architect Chief Christian Asaga Nwali, has distributed exotic cars to his staff, in appreciation of their contributions to the successes of the company over the years.
Nwali, who was recently honoured with the chieftaincy title of Ide Ji Ulo 1 of Izzi Nnodo Kingdom in Ebonyi State, extended this latest philanthropic gesture to his staff during the end of the year dinner he organized for them on December 17.
Speaking at the event, Nwali, who has been in the habit of improving the lives of his staff in different ways, commended them for their efforts in the progress recorded in the company over the years.
The hardworking hotelier, who has previously been conferred with chieftaincy titles as Odozie Obodo 1 of Ameka Ikwo and Uzochukwu wara 1 of Ekpelu Kingdom in Ikwo LGA, said the good gestures was targeted at inspiring the beneficiaries, to motivate them and change them positively, hoping that they, in turn, would change others for a better world.
The hotelier said he desires in the near future for the best architects, engineers, hoteliers, drivers, builders and environmentalists in the world to come from the C-Sagas Group of Companies.
Speaking on the occasion, a long time friend of Architect Chief Asaga Nwali, Chief Oluchukwu Ukie Ezeali (P Noble), who is representing the good people of Afikpo North East Constituency in the Ebonyi State House of Assembly, said that the hotelier has been doing such an intervention for his staff for as long as he has known him.
Chief P Noble, who is also a hotelier and entrepreneur himself, said that people like Chief Asaga Nwali are rare and should be emulated by well meaning Nigerians.
Also speaking, the Ebonyi State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Stanley Emeagha, commended Chief Christian Asaga Nwali, saying he is one of a kind.
In an emotion-laden voice, Emeagha said that Chief Asaga Nwali has set a pace for Ebonyians in particular and Nigerians in general to emulate as the hotelier has cultivated the habit of promoting the greatest happiness of his workers, as propounded by Jeremy Bentham.
Emeagha said what stands Nwali out among his peers is his humility as the hotelier is the most understanding, approachable and appreciative boss any worker would dream to have.
Lending his voice, a notable entrepreneur, Chief Engr. Godwin Nwankwo, hailed Architect Nwali on his achievements and love for his staff in particular and mankind in general, describing the hotelier as a man who has an unwavering interest in investing in humanity at large.
Chief Nwankwo prophesied that C-Sagas Group of Companies will be ranked among the best not only in Nigeria, but in Europe, America and Asia, even as he charged the beneficiaries of the car gifts to be hard working, diligent and dedicated; in order to continue promoting the company.
On his part, the Attorney General of Ebonyi State and Commissioner for Justice, Dr. Ben Uruchi Odoh, eulogized Chief Nwali, saying the gesture is another humanitarian intervention worthy of emulation.
Dr. Odoh, who doubled as the Chairman of the event, also appreciated Architect Nwali for celebrating generosity, night of gratitude and community impact.
Similarly, former Minister of Culture and Tourism, Amb. Franklin Ogbuewu, described the gesture as one worthy of emulation, extolling the good virtue of humility exhibited by Chief Nwali.
He revealed that Chief Asaga is the most humble, young and intelligent person he has ever come across.
Also speaking at the event, the Chief of Staff to the Ebonyi State Governor, Prof. Emmanuel Echiegu, appreciated God the likes of Arc. Chief Christian Asaga Nwali in Ebonyi State, even as he noted the architectural geomancy of his hotels in different states across the federation.
He revealed that the humble architect has over 500 employees in his establishments like Cirenes Hotels in Kpiri-Kpiri, Abakaliki, Exclusive Serene Hotel and Suites in New Haven, Enugu and Exclusive Serene Hotel and Suites in Wuye, Abuja, adding that Chief Nwali has always endeavoured to help the state and federal government in lifting Nigerians out of poverty and giving hope to the less privileged in Nigeria.