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Constituent furious over Kalu’s rating among ex-govs in senate without any bill *Says Abia North  now voiceless zone

Constituent furious over Kalu’s rating among ex-govs in senate without any bill
*Says Abia North  now voiceless zone
By Steve Oko
A concerned Abia North constituent, Engr. Issac Nkole, has expressed disappointment and furry over what he described as the sudden slide of the senatorial district into voiceless senatorial zone as not only embarrassing but shameful.

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Nkole who spoke on the heels of the recent publication of the National Assembly journal  where the score card of ex-governors who are members of the current 9th Senate was rated, regretted that the Senator representing Abia North has no single bill to his credit according to the report.
The in-house journal known as The Report Card of the 9th Senate Volume one, Number one ( June 2019 – May 2020) entitled “How Former Governors Stand in Bills Chart of the 9th Senate” published the number of bills sponsored by each serving Senator who was a former governor.
According to the publication, the immediate past governor of the state and the Senator representing Abia Central, Senator Theodore Orji (PDP); as well as his Nassarawa State counterpart, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, Nasarawa West, (APC), respectively have seven bills to their credit.
Coming next to the duo of Orji and Adamu according on the chart are Senators Aliyu Wamakko, Sokoto North; Senator Gabriel Suswam, a former Benue Governor, and Senator Ibikunle Amosun, Ogun Central who have four bills respectively.
 Former Governor of Gombe State and Senator representing Gombe Central (APC), has three bills;
Three Senators who were former Governors have two bills to their names.
 They are: Senator Kabiru Gaya (APC) Kano South;  Senator Ibrahim Gaidam (APC) Yobe East; Senator Samuel Egwu (PDP) Ebonyi North; and Senator Adamu Aliero (APC) Kebbi Central.
Former Enugu State governor, Chimaroke Nnamani (PDP); and Umaru Tanko Al-makura representing Nassarawa South (APC), have one bill each to their credit.
Meanwhile three former Governors without any bill to their credit include Senator Ibrahim Shekarau, Kano Central (APC); Senator Rochas Okorocha, Imo West (APC), and  Orji Uzor Kalu, Abia North, also of APC.
Reacting to the development, Nkole described the inability of the Abia North Senator to have a bill to his credit close to a year and half after joining the upper legislative chamber as a big embarrassment to the zone.
He regretted that the zone which was in the past represented by vocal and eloquent sagacious senators with unbeatable legislative acumen had suddenly nosedived into the league of voiceless zones.
His words: “When Gen Ike Nwachukwu was at the Senate, Abia North had its fair share. The late Uche Chukwumerije was a sage and iconic Igbo Senator; and Senator Mao Ohuabunwa equally gave good account of himself having many bills including the famous NCDC bill to his credit.
 “But our Senator instead of focusing on the Job he was elected to do , he is busy junketing around the country with his 2023 imaginary presidency project while we are losing”.
He challenged  the incumbent Senator representing the zone to either sit up to sponsor bills that will positively affect the lives of his constituents or resign if he is unable to cope with the task of lawmaking.
Nkole said ex-governors who see the Senate as a retirement benefit or a vegetative chamber where they come to sleep should stop wasting the chances of better brains from their districts.
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