Thursday, May 19, 2022

Anambra South 2023: Let The Prince Of Senate Remain In The Senate!

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Ask anyone in Anambra South and he/she will tell you that they have never had it this good for years!

Dr. Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah has broken the jinx. He has done what his predecessors put together couldn’t do for years.

His short stay at the Red Chamber has proven to many that it takes only the heart of leadership and love of the people to do great things. 3 years and it feels like a lifetime; tell me why he should not remain there.

From the basic role of law making to providing basic amenities, Ubah has performed excellently well.

Ranging from construction of world class roads, provision of free and affordable health care, provision of housing for the widows and elderly, massive youth and women empowerment, Ubah aced them all.

Further, Ubah has placed sons and daughters of Anambra south in enviable positions where they are doing very well for themselves. This is in addition to the myriad of youths scattered across universities in Nigeria who are under his scholarship scheme.

Needless to say, he has facilitated several skill acquisition skills that thousands of Anambra South youths have benefited from.

On infrastructure, some communities in Anambra South received for the first time, bore hole facilities and solar light.

All these, the Prince of Senate was able to achieve within a short time in the Red House. Let’s not stop this progress.

The reward for a job well done is more work. Let’s reward Ubah with more work. Let the Prince of Senate remain in the Senate.

Comr. Odezugo ChukwuNonso

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