Tue. Sep 28th, 2021

Completion and Delivery of the Nmuri Bridge.

The member representing Arochukwu Ohafia Federal Constituency, Chief Uko Nkole has commended the Leaders of Ohafia clan on the courtesy visit they recently embarked upon to the Minister of Works, Mr. Babatunde Fashola In Abuja over the completion and delivery of the Nmuri Bridge as well as other road projects in the constituency which he attracted.

In a Statement Chief Nkole pointed out that it is a virtue of gratitude to always appreciate good efforts, adding that such a visit, beside being timely was a major proof and pointer to the Executive arm that as legislators, what they lobby for in terms of projects during appropriations is actually a reflection of the needs of the people they represent.

He assured of his resolve to remain resolute in his quest towards providing more democracy dividends to his people, while describing the visit as a major tonic for him to do more.

Chief Nkole while expressing regrets for not honoring the visit with the team due to earlier national engagements expressed gratitude to the facilitator of the visit and Leader of  the delegation, Chief Otigwe Uwa and Ezeogo Kalu Ikenga from Amuma Ohafia, for their calls appreciating his role in the facilitation of the project in the National budget.

The Federal Lawmaker while assuring the leader of the delegation of his readiness to sustain the current synergy and understanding he has established with the Federal Ministry of Works for the good of his people, promised his continued funding of the projects in the annual budget.

It would be recalled that the Leaders of Thought from Ohafia Clan paid a courtesy visit to the Minister of Works in Abuja to express their gratitude for the successful completion and delivery of Nmuri Bridge attracted by the member representing Arochukwu Ohafia Federal Constituency, Chief Uko Nkole, which hitherto was a major nightmare to motorists and pedestrians from the area.

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