Ebonyi Federal Lawmaker Attracts Financial Empowerment To Over 1000 Constituents

By Celestine Okeh, Abakaliki

Over one thousand two hundred (1,200) persons on Saturday benefited from financial empowerment attracted by the member representing Ikwo/Ezza South Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon. Chinedu Ogah.

The cash transfer coordinated by the Federal ministry of humanitarian affirs and disaster management  was disbursed to the beneficiaries at the EXCO Chambers, old Government House, Abakaliki.
Speaking during disbursement exercise, the member representing Ikwo/Ezza South Federal Constituency, Hon. Chinedu Ogah said that he attracted the cash transfer was to appreciate the constituents and other beneficiaries across the state for their support for him and the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state.

Ogah urged the beneficiaries to continue to support him and the party as accrding to him, more democracy dividends will be attracted to them by him.
"We have already secured relief materials for those affected by flood disaster and we will distribute them to you very soon 

"You worked hard for it. You voted for us, you are the reasons we went to the National Assembly and we must continue to protect your interest.

"More things are coming for you. Go and campaign for APC because if we win, we will do more for you", he stated.
He called on the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the funds.

Also speaking, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management, Hamzi farouk, who was represented by her Special Assistant, Kingsley Ngene during the disbursement of the funds to the beneficiaries, lauded Ogah, describing him as true son of Ebonyi.

"You will not understand and appreciate the kind of son you have in Hon. Chinedu Ogah until you go to Abuja.
"There is no office in Abuja, there is no ministry in Abuja that he has not been to, to make sure that Ebonyi's own comes to them and to make sure that everybody like you enjoy what federal government has for you people", he said.

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