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Senate 2023: Ekwunife inspects her ongoing projects, assures more projects to her Constituency (See Video)

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In furtherance of her quest for a representation of shared prosperity, the senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Uche Ekwunife, PhD, has urged constituents to expect more people-oriented projects, adding that she has a responsibility to keep making the zone a benchmark in the business of lawmaking.

Speaking on Sunday, May 1, 2022, at Amawbia, Awka South LGA, during an inspection tour of ongoing Onukwube/Kabe College road construction, Ekwunife noted she has achieved a trajectory of success with the mandate given to her. She noted that the project is an economic project, adding that the Amawbia community has given her so much support and she will continue to attract projects to them and across the zone.

While urging that the community deserves the ongoing project, the Chairman Senate Committee on Science, Technology and Innovation charged the people of the community to take ownership of the project and monitor the progress and quality of the project.

“Stakeholders like Chief Ikem Odumodu and many other indigenes of the community have been giving me so much support and solidarity and I have so much for the community. Ab initio when this project was awarded the bridge was not part of it but I made extra effort to include it because the project would not be complete without it”, the federal lawmaker noted.

In his remarks, the President General of the community, Engr. Godwin Aronu praised the legislative ingenuity of the senator, adding that her representation speaks volume and that she deserves the full support of the community. He described the road as an important Infrastructure which would service the state and the entire South East region.

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Eulogizing the grassroots-friendly lawmaker, the former President General, Engr. Chris Nwoye said that past governments and representatives had promised but failed to construct the road. He assured that the constituents will ensure they return Ekwunife to the red chamber to consolidate on the good work she is doing.

In their separate interviews, Mrs. Jesse Nwokoye and Agnes Obieze expressed that Ekwunife has shown that leadership is not a gender issue and that she has made the women proud. The duo recounted how the quintessential lawmaker has been facilitating empowerment training and programmes for youths and women in the Senatorial District.

Delivering the vote of thanks, Chief Chuma Ngini opined that Ekwunife has demonstrated the essence of governance. The community leader described the Senator as a worthy lawmaker and prayed that she will achieve more success in politics.

See Video below.

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Vincent Onyegaegbochi Okoye (born 23rd April) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur and a librarian. Born and raised in a Catholic Family from NRI in anaocha local Government Area of Anambra state, Nigeria, Graduated from Delta state university, Abraka, in the year 2018 where he studied Library and Information Science.

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