Chidoka lands Ogidi community, commissions project

Chidoka lands Ogidi community, commissions project

…as Ogidi community describes the lawmaker as “Ome nke afu na anya”

The good people of Ogidi unanimously adopted Hon. Obinna Chidoka as a true servant, patriot, unifier and promise keeping the legislator who has remained steadfast and committed to true public service.

The name, “Ome nke afu na anya” which literally means, one whose works are visible, was used to describe the calm action lawmaker as he commissions Solar powered Borehole for the community in Ilo Akanya, Uru Orji Village.

Chidoka, the lawmaker representing Idemili North and South Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives was well recieved by the community leaders. They acknowledged many other befitting projects attracted them by the legislator whom they noted as not being in the habit of publicizing his projects hence, many constituents may not be aware of his projects in the entire Idemili North and South.

The five star legislator recalled that he had earlier attracted other major projects to the community, some of which include but not limited to; 

– installation of a solar powered mini Grid  at the Ogidi town hall.

– installation of a 500kva transformer

– Installation of solar powered street lights in Afor-igwe market 

– Renovation of the Ebenezer Primary School in Aboh, all in Ogidi in the same Local government area.

Hon. Chidoka noted that his focus in the 10th National Assembly will be infrastructural and human capital development.

Speaking during the project commissioning ceremony, Hon. Alex Iremeka thanked the lawmaker for his giant strides while pledging the community’s total support for the PDP in the February 25, general elections. 

Iremeka said the community is determined to return Chidoka to the National Assembly as an experienced and ranking lawmaker who stands a better chance of becoming a principal officer of the House of Representatives which will in return increase the chances of attracting more infrastructural development to the community.

Chief Dan Okwuosa who also spoke during the short event lauded Chidoka for the borehole project.

Okwuosa said the installed borehole has brought a lasting solution to the issue of water in the community and beyond.

He prayed for the lawmaker’s victory in the February 25 House of Representatives election.

“We voted massively for you in the last election  and unanimously we will vote for you again in the coming election because you have done well and there is no reason to change a good performer,” Okwuosa said.

Also present during the commission was Reverend Matthew Awogu, Bokuno, the Chairman of Uru Orji village, Chief Ndu Ikoku, Hon. Augustine Epundu among others.

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