KSJI Praises Fides for Giant Strides in Printing

By Ifeoma Ezenyilimba

The Ancient and Noble Order of Knights of St John International (KSJI), Awka Grand Commandery, has praised Fides Media Ltd for what it described as the establishment’s giant strides in printing and digital communication.

The group, who spoke through its Sub-Committee Chairman of Brochure, Publicity and Protocol for the KSJI 2021 Convention, Lady Lizzy Umeh, LAUX, stated this when they visited Fides Media last Tuesday.  The committee at the visit, presented a cheque for the production of the brochure for the 2021 Convention which the KSJI awarded to Fides Media Ltd.

Lady Umeh, who announced that many other printing and publishing companies also submitted tenders for the job, said Fides was selected due to its numerous good works.

According to Umeh, who is a former Secretary of Post Primary School Services Commission (PPSSC), Anambra State, Fides was chosen by the Ancient and Noble Order of Knights of Saint John International due to her notable good works and the wonderful presentation which the Fides Production Manager, Mr Chimezie Ibedu, made at the submission of the tender.

According to an official letter for the contract, the job will be full colour, 160-pages and 800 copies  of A3 size brochure.

Fides gathered that the Convention of KSJI Awka Grand Commandery which has “Stewards of God’s Mysteries” as its theme, is billed to hold from 28-29 October 2021 at the KSJI Temple, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Awka.

Other individuals that accompanied Lady Umeh on the visit were the Chairman, Brochure Sub-Committee, Sir Andy Obi, KSJI and a member of the sub-committee, Lady Chinwe Nnedum, LAUX.

Receiving the group on behalf of Fides Management and Staff, the Deputy Director 11, Fides Media Ltd, Rev Fr Pio-Anthony Okafor, thanked the KSJI for trusting the establishment with the job. He assured that Fides would do its part to ensure it delivered a very good job.

Also speaking, the Fides Production Manager, Mr Ibedu, appreciated the group for its confidence in Fides and assured that Fides would deliver a good job in due time as long as the contact persons cooperated by providing all the needed material before the agreed deadline.

For his part, the Fides Editor-in-Chief, Mr Jude Atupulazi, appreciated the group for the visit and for the opportunity given to Fides to showcase its printing expertise once again. He assured that their faith in Fides would not be regretted.