Thursday, 7 June 2018


The Member Representing the ever Enterprising people of Mbaitoli/Ikeduru Federal Constituency HON. HENRY NWAWUBA on Tuesday 5th June 2018 ahead of 9th June 2018, started the celebration of his 3 year's in office as a member of the current NASS with Mbaitoli PDP executive and leaders.

In his Ward, "I really want to thank all our leaders, party executive and all constituent. As we all know, within the next 4 days, precisely 9th June the 8th National Assembly will mark 3 years since it's inauguration in 2015".

Hon. Nwawuba used the opportunity to brief the party leaders on his achievements, activities and great plans for Mbaike people in 2018 and beyond. He enumerated locations of 18 projects attracted and complicated and 10 that are at different stages of completion within Mbaike.

He highlighted his Bills and Motions that have been passed through 1st, 2nd and 3rd reading in floor of the House and those that have been signed into law.

On Youth and Women empowerment, Hon. Nwawuba said within the last 3 years, he have successfully secured 30 job opportunities for Mbaike Sons and Daughters, empowered women through soft loan scheme, provision of business capital, partnership with Mbaike base Cooperative society and Mbaike Youths on agriculture etc.

In response, the 12 LGA party Chairmen of Mbaitoli jointly moved that Hon. Nwawuba deserve to go back to continue on his good works to Mbaike people. The leaders agreed and said that, sending Hon. Nwawuba back to National Assembly in 2019 will be for the greater good of Mbaike people, saying that is only Hon. Nwawuba that is an Mbaike Son that is qualified to be a ranking member in National and not just that, he has within the last 3 years proven, Credibility, Competency, Effective Representation, Strong Voice, Tested & Trusted, at Reach, Reliable Honesty and the very Best Choice for Mbaike come 2019.

Hon. Nwawuba is among the best brain in the 8th NASS and indeed deserve our collective support to go back to National Assembly for the good of majority of Mbaike and IMO people.



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