Abia Speaker Eulogises Hon Ginger Onwusibe, Describes Him As Man Of The People

Speaker of Abia State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Chinedum Enyinnaya Orji has hailed the Member representing Isiala Ngwa North State Constituency, Hon Ginger Onwusibe as a “man of the people”.

The Speaker said this during the 5th Annual Convention of the Otawike Youth Initiative and commissioning ceremony of Chuku Wachuku mini stadium built by Hon Ginger Onwusibe.

While speaking at the event, and obviously moved by the large turnout of people of the constituency, Rt Hon Chinedum Enyinnaya Orji said, “I am very pleased with what I’m seeing here today. It is obvious to everyone that Hon Ginger Onwusibe is well loved by his people. He is not the only one that was voted for by the people. Several others were voted same way he was voted for. Whoever is voted for by the people should do things that the people can feel and see. That is what Ginger has done, and that is what is working for him.

“I therefore urge you all to always support your own. Support the Governor. You can see the works going on around the State. He relies on you for support to succeed. It is the same with others, support them, too.

“Apart from the projects Ginger is embarking upon for the constituency,, I’m aware that he’s also taking care of his constituents in person. That’s what quality representation is all about, the Speaker said.

In his welcome address, Hon Ginger Onwusibe said he embarked upon the stadium building not only to leave lasting legacy but to also engage the youths of his constituency in sporting activities that will keep them away from vice.

He also announced the empowerment of people of his constituency with motorcycles, scholarship awards to students and palliative packages to the needy.

Highlights of the event were the commissioning of the Chuku Wachuku mini stadium by the Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, march past by people of various wards and groups in the constituency, awards presented to deserving individuals, cultural displays among others.

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