Hon. Chinedu Ogah, member representing Ikwo/Ezza south federal constituency in the House of Representatives, on Saturday commended federal government for availability of fuel commodity in the country in this yuletide season.
Ogah, elected on the platform of All Progressives Congress(APC), noted that from observation, there is availability of fuel in every filling station across the
country and commended President Muhammadu Buhari for it.
Addressing his Ikwo/Ezza south constituents while celebrating
Christmas for them, Ogah who was represented by his Chief of Staff and
Senior Legislative Aide, Comrade Ogochukwu Elem, urged marketers not
to sabotage the federal government by hoarding the commodity so that travellers for the Christmas and new year will not suffer.
“This Christmas is unique because there is the availability of fuel in
all the filling stations in the country unlike the previous ones. Any
filling station that you enter, there is fuel. There is no queue again
in our filling station. Criminality has also reduced, it is a
Christmas we are celebrating with joy.
“Christmas will bring us liberation, Christmas will bring us
unity, Christmas will bring us prosperity. Our message to you all
is to be united. Let’s say no to division because we are one and
indivisible and when we are united, we will move mounting. When we are
united, we will achieve the greatest peace”, he said.
Hon. Ogah Sworn in on November 19th at the House of Representatives following the restoration of his mandate by Tribunal and Appeal courts urged the
people to continue to support President Buhari’s administration to
reposition the country.
While speaking with journalists in Abakaliki, the lawmaker described as a welcome development the over
N30bn appropriated for the renovation of the National Assembly.
He said the masses will not enjoy good laws if the national assembly members are not operating in a conducive atmosphere.
“Where you have 109 senators with their aides, you have 366 Reps
members with their aides and other staff in that area. By the time you
see that amount people are complaining about, you will see that the
money is not even enough.
“Power has not been stabilized and the National Assembly is still
burning diesel. Part of the money is going to be used for alternative
power supply and you know the cost of power. So, the budget is not
bad, it is something that can help this country to stabilized. If the
National Assembly is to properly taken care of to stabilize, you will
not have good laws”, he said”.
He assured his constituency of quality representation even as he urged youths to remain law abiding. #Follow us