Member representing Ezza South/ Ikwo federal Consistency at the national assembly, Hon. Chinedu Ogah has called for peace and unity among the All Progressive Congress (APC) in his constituency.
Ogah spoke on Saturday during the Christmas party he organized for his constituents at Ezza South and Ikwo.
Represented by his Chief of Staff and Senior Legislative Aide, Ogochukwu Elem, the lawmaker emphasized that without peace, unity, and understanding among the party leaders in the constituency with the party supporters, it will be difficult to bring development to the area.
He commended the federal government for ensuring that there is adequate fuel supply for use this festive season as currently there is no fuel scarcity in any part of the country.
To reduce crime, the lawmaker called on parents to engage their wards in skill acquisition while those who can train their children in the school ensure that their children enroll into the university so that they will not grow and become a problem to the society.
Hon Ogah said, “This Christmas is unique because we are celebrating it without fuel scarcity in filling stations across the country.”
“Criminality has also reduced in this administration, it is a Christmas we are celebrating with joy. Christmas will bring us joy, liberation, unity, prosperity. My message to you is to remain peaceful, when we are united, the development will come, and the sky will be our starting point.”
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“To the ward leaders, always deliver messages to the grassroots when you are asked to do so. Make sure that the women, the aged are carried along, ensure that their interest is protected.”
Chairman APC Ikwo local government Nelson Nwali and his Ezza South Chukwudi Nwamkwo, commended Hon. Ogah for keeping to his campaign promises, noting that electricity has come to the village where there was no light before, courtesy of his office and urged him to continue to represent the constituency well.
Beneficiaries of the Christmas package, Regina Agbom, and Nwafor Elochukwu, from Amaiynima ward expressed joy, pointing that it was the first time a lawmaker is celebrating Christmas with his constituents and pray for Gods upliftment upon their benefactor.
On the communal crisis in Ikwo Local Government Area, Regina prays that the fight ravaging Ikwo will cease and everyone will join hands together to ensure development.
She said, “It is my prayer that fight will end finally in Ikwo, let our people work with one another so that development can come to us.”