Easter: Federal Lawmaker Lauds Gov. Nwifuru's Infrastructural Devt

The member representing Ezza North and Ishielu Federal Constituency in Ebonyi State, Hon. Joseph Nwobasi has commended Governor, Chief Francis Nwifuru on his numerous infrastructural projects and human empowerments in the State.

The Lawmaker who spoke in Abakaliki noted that the ongoing construction of Ezillo and Ezzagu road was a legacy project which when completed would further advance the economic fortunes of the state.

He further lauded the governor for his numerous reforms in the state civil service and other life touching policies and programmes which have lifted many Ebonyians out of poverty.

"First of all, I want to felicitate with my constituents on the celebration of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. It's a time that calls for sober reflections both in our Christian Faith and how we can advance the fortunes of humanity".

"For me, I will continue to struggle on how to offer quality representation to the people of my constituency at the National Assembly. In the coming months, we shall be embarking on massive empowerments and other skill acquisition programme".

"Beyond this, I must commend my governor, Chief Francis Nwifuru on his numerous infrastructural projects, human empowerments and succour in the State. To a substantial points, Governor Nwifuru has shown that he loves all parts of the state and do not discriminate".

"As a direct beneficiary of his project, I must say that the construction of Ezillo and Ezzagu road was a legacy project which will promote agricultural and economic activities of the state".

"It's time to face governance. At the time of politics, we face party politics but for now, I must hail Governor Nwifuru for the success stories recorded so far", Hon. Nwobasi said.

In the spirit of the Easter Celebration, Mr Joseph Nwobasi further called on the youths, stakeholders and people of the state especially his constituents to cooperate with the state government, promote love and unity and shun any act capable of causing breach of public peace in the state.

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