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Abia First Lady commissions 5 bungalows for indigent widows

by UDOKA AGWU, UMUAHIA.

November 5, 2017 | 12:00 am
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The wife of the Governor of Abia State, Nkechi Ikpeazu has commissioned three bungalows which she built for three indigent widows in different parts of the state.

The beneficiaries include Edith Nwosu, Obingwa Local Government Area; Rachael Onyeukwu Nwoko from Ihie Ukwu, Ugwunagbo LGA and Eunice John Ugoala, also from Ugwunagbo.

The three bungalows have brought number of houses to 38 which the Abia First Lady has built and commissioned in partnership with her Pet Project, Vicar Hope Foundation for indigent Abia women since the inauguration of the Ikpeazu administration in May 2015.

Speaking while handing over the keys of the bungalows to the beneficiaries, Ikpeazu said giving shelter to the indigent was her own way of uplifting their welfare, giving them succour and complementing the democracy dividends of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu. She called on well-to-do and good spirited Abians to also find ways of alleviating people’s sufferings.

In their speeches, the Chairman of Obingwa Local Government Area  Hanson Amaechi and Chief Eze Nwanganga the Ugwunagbo LGA Chairman, commended the Wife of the Governor, Mrs Nkechi Ikpeazu for her humanitarian activities and pledged their unalloyed support to the present administration.

Responding on behalf of the beneficiaries, Edith Nwosu, thanked the Wife of the Governor for putting smiles on their faces as widows and alleviating their sufferings, she prayed that God should continuing to bless her.

In a related development, the First Lady has equally commissioned two bungalows and a market stalls at Ngwugwo Amizi Oloko, in Ikwuano Local Government Area.

Speaking while commissioning and handing over the house keys to the beneficiaries, Ikpeazu said that her activities were borne out of her selfless service and her covenant with God to positively touch lives.

The first lady said that the present administration was public oriented and determined to leave its footprint in the sands of time and called on the public and good spirited individuals to assist government in alleviating the sufferings of the people.

UDOKA AGWU, UMUAHIA


by UDOKA AGWU, UMUAHIA.

November 5, 2017 | 12:00 am
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