Candidate for Mbaitoli-Ikeduru Federal Constituency in the February 25 House of Representatives election, Hon. Henry Nwawuba claimed he has over 168 live touching projects scattered across Mbaitoli-Ikeduru Federal Constituency.
He said those projects have transformed the lives of immediate communities and beneficiaries.
Nwawuba who is seeking reelection on the platform of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, however solicited the support of MBAIKE constituents to enable him consolidate on his service delivery to them.
Nwawuba spoke in Owerri, the Imo State capital through his Legislative Assistant, Chukwuemeka Isdore.
According to Isdore, Mbaike constituents are eagerly waiting for February 25 to cast their votes unanimously for Rt. Hon. Henry Nwawuba.
He informed that the APGA candidate has sponsored over 20 bills that have passed third reading in the National Assembly, and as well, has over 40 motions to his credit and about 25 petitions, most importantly, the petition on the floor of the House of Representatives that stopped the borrowing of 22 billion dollars by the federal government which excluded Southeast from the projects that the money was meant to use for.
“Nwawuba was an integral member of the committee that saw to the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill, the first of its kind in Nigeria. It has been there for over 30 years but the 9th Assembly which Nwawuba is part of, made certain commitments and sacrifices in ensuring that the bill was passed and signed by Mr. President”, he added.
In terms of infrastructure, Isdore noted, Hon. Nwawuba has built schools, markets, roads and most recently, project light up MBAIKE through which he delivered over 30 transformers and solar streetlights to various autonomous communities in MBAIKE federal constituency.
He also revealed that the federal lawmaker has empowered several MBAIKE youths both in agriculture and businesses.
Said he: “Every year, Nwawuba sends not less than 30 youths to Ministry of Niger Delta where they are trained and empowered to start their own businesses and become employers of labour.
“Nwawuba has secured employment opportunities and recruitments of youths of MBAIKE into the Nigerian Police Force, Airforce, NAVY and DSS and also in some federal ministries, agencies and parastatals.”
Isdore recalled that during the ENDSARS saga, Nwawuba sponsored petitions on behalf of MBAIKE youths that were killed in that circumstance, and as a result, families of victims were compensated.
He however assured MBAIKE people that the APGA candidate has a lot in store for them and advised them to vote for APGA in the forthcoming polls.

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