Rotimi Amaechi.
In giving honour to whom honour is due, as the saying goes, former Minister of Transportation and current ministerial nominee, Rotimi Amaechi, has been promoted.

NAN  reports that the former Rivers State governor received a promotion to the highest rank in the Catholic Church under the Order of the Knights of St. John.

Mr Israel Ibeleme, his media Aide, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday in Abuja.

According to him, Amaechi was conferred with the Exemplification honour of the knights of St. John from Grand Master, Nigerian Temple Noble and Exalted Knights of the Holy Cross Knight of St. John International.

The statement further added that the former minister was conferred with the honour for his service to the Order and humanity for over 20 years at the Pope John Paul II Catholic Centre in Abuja.

Here’s what Monsignor Enang said, “We want to thank you Knights of St John’s, all the other knights, college of knights for the work you are doing for the church. For the support we get from the Knights in many areas not only the financial support but the moral support.

”The Knights built the seminary we have now at Kuje when cardinal Ekandem Dominic was alive and many of the Knights have built churches and handed over to the church. We ask God to bless you and your good works and let your labours not be in vain.” 

Amaechi, while accepting the honour, expressed joy for the promotion; and also thanked the leaders and grandmaster of the Knight for considering him and his friends worthy of the promotion. 

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