Tribunal Victory: Obi Obiofia Congratulates Sen Ubah

Tribunal Victory: Obi Obiofia Congratulates Sen Ubah

Obi Obiofia in Nnewichi-Nnewi  Chief Apostle Chukwunonye Onyejuluwa (Mmadukaejiaka Nnewi) has congratulated the senator representing Amambra South senatorial district in the red chamber of the National Assembly, Sen. Dr Ifeanyi Ubah over his election petition tribunal victory.

Mmadukaejiaka Nnewi noted that the victory of Sen Ubah over his opponents at the tribunal has again demonstrated the fact that his victory at senatorial election was a Divine Mandate.

Obi Obiofia said as a matter of fact that the constituents of Amambra South senatorial zone have been having an unprecedented quality representation in the National Assembly.

“We can say with all sense of responsibility that we now have a strong voice and an eagle eye in the Senate, Sen Ifeanyi Ubah is that voice and eyes.

“His contributions towards maintaining the whole of Amambra South senatorial district in perfect equilibrium is second to none. He has championed a robust security system which has enabled Ndi-Anambra South sleep with their two eyes closed.

“Unlike the usual old way of lawmakers staying permanently away from their constituency, Sen Ifeanyi Ubah at the slightest opportunity will always return to his constituents and constituency and hold an interactive session with the people he is representing. 

“That is practical democracy at work. I congratulate the Prince of the Senate, I wish more feathers to his already feathered crown.’ Chief Onyejuluwa explained.

Obi Obiofia also charged Sen Ubah’s opponents to drop off the idea of going to higher court to challenge his election victory. He said that they should rather partner with the Prince of the Senate in his efforts to give his people a quality, responsible and responsive representation to his people.

Recall that Sen Ubah with a stroke of election petition tribunal victory defeated Chief Chris Uba of PDP, Engr Chris Azubogu of APGA, Barr Obinna Uzor of APC and others

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