Ohuabunwa commissions classroom block in Umunneochi
*Donates N1m to Catholic church
By Steve Oko
Senator Mao Ohuabunwa representing Abia North senatorial district, Sunday, commissioned a five -class room block he renovated at Umuaku High School, Isuochi.
Commissioning the project amidst accolades by the people of the area, Ohuabunwa said he embarked on the project to improve the learning condition of the students.
He further explained that the gesture was in fulfilment of his promises to the people of Umuaku during his electioneering campaign in 2015.
The Senator said his primary motive in governance is to leverage on his privileged position to better the lots of his constituents.
He solicited the continued support of the people in his re-election bid, assuring them of more democracy gains if he is re-elected.
Ohuabunwa also urged the people to vote massively for all PDP candidates in the forthcoming general elections.
In his remarks, a community leader, Chief Ukaiwe Omenma commended Ohuabunwa for the gesture, describing him as “a listening leader and a good brother of Umunneochi who has the interest of the People at heart”.
He also applauded him for his many strides at the red chamber, and assured him of the full support of the people in his re-election bid.
Ohuabunwa also flagged off the Mbala water project to enable the people access clean water.
Meanwhile, the council of traditional rulers in Umunneochi Local Governments Area had earlier endorsed the candidature of Ohuabunwa.
The monarchs made the adoption when Ohuabunwa paid a courtesy visit on the Chairman of the traditional rulers, HRM. Eze Prof. S. I. Nwankwo .
According to the monarchs, the endorsement was based on his excellent performance so far.
Meanwhile, Ohuabunwa had donated N1 million to St.Agnes Catholic Church Ozara in Isuikwuato LGA.
He made the donation during a visit to the church where he inspected their new church building.
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