You have our maximum support, Monarch tells Sen. Ekwunife in Anambra

The traditional ruler of Abatete community in Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State, Igwe Emeka Efobi, had assured the Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Uche Ekwunife, PhD, that the community’s massive support is sacrosanct, adding that the lawmaker deserves to return to the senate.


Igwe Efobi, who spoke on Friday, March 11, 2022, at the inspection of the construction of stalls at Eke Market, Abatete, Idemili North, stated that the project was a sign of more dividends of democracy to come through the senator. He noted that the entire community appreciated the lawmaker’s thoughtfulness, describing her as a performing senator.

The traditional ruler, who was represented by the Obi of Nsukwu, Chief Clement Analiukwu further appreciated Ekwunife for not forgetting the community in the distribution of infrastructural projects, praying God to bless her in all her endeavours.

On his part, the President General, Chief Lawrence Okoye, thanked Ekwunife for her empowerment programmes and improving the quality of lives of the people. He further promised that the quintessential lawmaker would win in the community come 2023 general elections, urging her to keep up the good work.

Earlier, Ekwunife assured that she would see to the completion of the ongoing project, adding that she is very happy to be present to inspect the quality of the work being done at the site. She noted that the project upon completion would impact on the lives and economy of the community.

On why she attracted the project, the federal lawmaker recalled that she visited the market during the 2019 electioneering after the market was gutted by fire and felt the sufferings of the market women. Ekwunife said that though she did not make a promise, she felt it was worthwhile to ameliorate the sufferings of the constituents.

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Concluding, the Chairman Senate Committee on Science, Technology and Innovation thanked the people of the community for coming out en masse to welcome her entourage, assuring of more projects across the zone.

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