Sen Ohuabunwa’s son graduates with 1st class in law in UK varsity 

Sen Ohuabunwa’s son graduates with 1st class in law in UK varsity


* Campaign organization excited


By Steve Oko

Follow Better Organisation, the political structure of Senator Mao Ohuabunwa who represented Abia North in the 8th Senate, has felicitated the senator over the son’s academic excellence in the United Kingdom.

Barrister Samuel Ohuabunwa, graduated with 1st class in Tax Law (Msc) , at the University of Bournemouth UK.

The Director General of the organization, Dr. Ndubuisi Eke in a press statement said the organization received the cheering news of the senator’s son’s academic prowess with great joy.

He described the development as “amazing and inspiring”, adding that “it’s a big honour to Abia State, Nigeria and Africa at large “.

Dr. Eke who ascribed the glory to God said “it’s very heart-warming and a thing of joy to see Africans shine and make the honour roll in prestigious world class universities”.

He recalled that his cousin Dr.Emmanuel Ohuabunwa had five years ago taken the academic world by the storm when he emerged the overall Best graduating student in Neuro Surgery at the prestigious John Hopkins University, USA.

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Describing the young Ohuabunwa as an exceptionally intelligent student, and a bright lawyer, the DG urged him to remain focused in his career.

Dr. Eke challenged Abia youths to aspire for greatness in their respective careers and vocations, saying that “excellence pays”.

He expressed gratitude to God for “giving our principal cause to smile contrary to the expectations of his detractors”.


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