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SENATOR ORJI COMMENDED FOR DONATING PALLIATIVE MATERIALS TO THE PEOPLE OF ISIALA NGWA SOUTH LGA…

SENATOR ORJI COMMENDED FOR DONATING PALLIATIVE MATERIALS TO THE PEOPLE OF ISIALA NGWA SOUTH LGA…

The Senator Representing Abia Central Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Senator T.A Orji has been commended for his show of love for Ndi Isiala Ngwa South.

The Transition Committee Chairman of Isiala Ngwa South Local Government Area, Chief Nkem B. Onwubiko gave the commendation while handing over to various Ward representatives the Covid-19 palliative items donated to the Council by Senator Orji to cushion the negative effects of the lockdown order occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic noted that the items are to be distributed to the indigent people of the Council irrespective of political party affiliation and warned that he will not tolerate the diversion of the items by anybody.

The Chairman while thanking the Senator on behalf of the good people of Isiala Ngwa South assured Senator Orji of the continued support of the people of the Council in his endeavours and prayed God to continue to bless him.

In the separate reactions, some stakeholders in the Council including the Immediate past Deputy Transition Committee Chairman of Isiala Ngwa South LGA, Comrade Dennis Rowland Ceasar, Sir David Chidi Ezindu, a former PDP Aspirant for Abia State House of Assembly, Isiala Ngwa South State Constituency, Comrade Chimaobi Christian, Chief Eze Ukaegba and Chief Nnamdi Evulobi thanked Senator T.A Orji for remembering the less privileged in the Council in this period of Corona virus pandemic assuring that the items will get to the targeted populace.

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Highpoint of the event was the distribution of the palliatives to the representatives of the 10 political wards in the Council where each ward received 5 bags of 100kg beans and 20 cartons of indomie noodles respectively.

Enyinnaya Standhope Nwaigwe
27/04/2020

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