Inspects completed block of classrooms at St. Michael Comprehensive Secondary School Nimo
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Uche Ekwunife, PhD, has urged constituents to rigorously compare and contrast the antecedents of the senate hopefuls in order to make the most informed decision of whom to entrust with the mandate to represent them.
Ekwunife, who spoke on March 8, 2022, at Nimo during the tour of inspection of the ongoing projects explained that she is the best lawmaker to have emerged from the zone. She noted that her achievements on the floor of the senate were dazzling to be chalked off from the hearts of the constituents.
Speaking further, the influential lawmaker said that beyond being a strong voice in the National Assembly, she has completed at least a project in every community that makes up the zone. She re-emphasized her commitment towards delivering dividends of democracy to her people.
“Nimo community is one of the communities so dearly to my heart and my footprints are felt across the community which is endowed with immense human capital, I have constructed road infrastructure projects, distributed educational materials and other developmental projects”, the lawmaker noted.
Welcoming the Senator, the President General of the community, Ekenenna Okafor-Omabu on behalf of the community appreciated Ekwunife for what he described as numerous show of benevolence towards their community. He noted that the leadership of the community were grateful for her thoughtfulness, pledging their continuous support to the A-grade lawmaker.
In his speech, the former member representing Anaocha/Njikoka/Dunukofia Federal Constituency, Hon. George Ozodinobi commended Ekwunife for attracting the projects in Nimo, adding that her achievements speak volumes. He stated that the lawmaker would get maximum support and cooperation from the constituents in the coming general elections because of her antecedents.
Meanwhile, the Principal of St. Michael Comprehensive Secondary School, Nimo, Rev. Fr. Nwabueze Dennis noted that the quintessential lawmaker had by the attracted project solved one of the problems of the school. He described Ekwunife as a very special lawmaker while stressing that she should keep delivering the dividends of democracy evenly to the zone.