Sun. Oct 2nd, 2022

Abia Reporters




I admire Distinguished Senator Mao Ohuabunwa for his boldness and creativity while in the National Assembly.

He made the difference!

He was the commander of that populist revolution in the 8th Senate.

Yes, am proud of his doggedness and courageous steps in ensuring the right things were done as DG Amendment.

He is the reason for a change in the health sector by sponsoring the bill that established the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on the 7th February, 2018 which was further signed into law by President Buhari after scaling through legislative huddles in the National Assembly,and the Presidency.

Today, this arm of the Ministry of Health has created more jobs and most importantly is safing millions of lives in this trying times of Covid-19

He deserves a pride of place, in the heart of all Nigerians with good conscience.

Even the gods will protect him when he slumbers.

He paid the worthy price and sacrificed his comfort to ensure Nigerians have a responsive Primary Health all over the country.

Even many generation yet unborn will remember him for this good initiative.

This same man has been humiliated by the people he fought for, empowered and helped to attract verifiable dividend of democracy to their door steps. Huuumm! Instead of giving up, he has stood still, took the bull by the horn and begot history.

Although he has not raised a stone on anybody but God has always fought and won many battles for him both seen and unseen. No wonder, his political journey has been amazing.

He deserves accolades not scorn.

Declaring Abia-North Senatorial seat vacant is a way forward.

His contributions are needed to move Abia-North and Abia State forward.

The people of Abia-North and the Abia state Government shouldn’t sleep till this important task is achieved.

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I love great men who pay great prices.

My people, Senator Mao Ohuabunwa deserves to wear the cap again and again!

I’m just speaking my mind!
Uche Okoroafor

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