Mrs Chinyere Nwogbaga, the political enigma in Ebonyi North Zone

Chief Mrs Chinyere Nwogbaga, Executive Chairman, Ebonyi LGA.

It's the past that will help us to assess the present and also be able to plan ahead for the future. Pretty though she is, but not eluded by it. She is down to earth humble and sociable, a gregarious and very outgoing woman. Behold the number one citizen of Ebonyi LGA of Ebonyi State, Our Guest Writer, Emeka Iboko writes.

From my own prospective perception, she is unarguably the best council chairman in Ebonyi North if not Ebonyi State. A visit to her residence will corroborate my assertion; considering the number of people that come for her assistance on a daily basis. She places the people's interest above her own personal interest. She doesn't belong to the crop of politicians that turn political power into a licence for financial and administrative reckleness and personal aggrandizement at the expense of a dying people.

She is not the sort of woman who likes to be very much in evidence. She believes the poor cannot be deprived of life-transforming opportunities. She has actually mitigated the sufferings of the proletariat of the council area by genuinely and clandestinely empowering so many people. She does difficult things humorously and with consummate capability.

Furthermore, she breeds a preventive rather than a corrective society by regularly giving youths from the area real empowerment in the form of financial assistances and grants. It's not difficult to surmise her munificence from the crowd in her house every day. She can comfortably be equated to the Hon Chinedu Ogah of Ezza South /Ikwo Federal Constituency

In the light of the above facts, it's time I personally appraised her factual and objectively. To really understand the amplitude of her power and the immensity of her contributions towards providing for the downtrodden, let's wholeheartedly support her and her government.

Finally, keep on keeping on Ada Eji Eje Mba 1 of Ebonyi North Zone!

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