Thursday, 26 November 2020

 SA HEALTH INAUGURATES IMO HEALTH VOLUNTEERS GROUP

L-R. Dr Lina Okereke, Hon Christina Ude (front) and others 

The office of the Special Adviser to the Governor on Health, Dr Lina Okereke in collaboration with the office of the Special Adviser on Sustainable Development Goals and Humanitarian services, Hon Christina Ude, officially inuagurated a 27 men committee from the 27 Local Government Areas in Imo state.

In her welcome address, the special Adviser on Health Matters, Mrs Lina Okoreke thanked the Governor, His Excellency Senator Hope Uzodinma for finding her worthy to serve in his administration. She also reiterated her readiness to support his government to accualize his dreams of 3R which is Reconstruction, Recovery and Rehabilitation through health sector.

Further more, she maintained that the purpose of the volunteer group is to

make sure that good health reaches the grass root. Saying that every co-ordinator is the ambassador in his or her Local Government, and charged them to select their ward co-ordinators more especially Health professionals. 

Mrs Okereke also gave them some guidelines which will be guiding them while performing their duties in their various L.G.A’s and wards. Equally charged them to always stand by to accompany the Special Adviser on awareness tours and free medicals.

Also speaking during the inauguration, the Special Adviser to the Imo State Governor on Sustainable Development Goals and Humanitarian Services, Hon Princess Christina Ude, gave the welcome address. In her welcome address, she thanked the Imo Health Volunteers for joining forces with them in order to help bring healthcare awareness to the grass-root in the 27 LGAs of lmo State. In addition, Princess Ude stressed that a healthy nation is a wealthy nation and that’s why we need to promote good health and well being in the entire state. Reminding them that Sustainable Development Goal 3, which is the 3rd goal out of the 17 SDGs, seeks to contribute to sustainable development by achieving good health and well-being for all of the earth’s citizens.

Adding his voice, the special Adviser on Abateurs  and oil Beaches, Hon Dr Charles Ejiogu commended the SA’s for their teamed efforts to give hope to the hopeless. He pointed out the importance of healthy living and advised people to shun the habit of bad eating and ways of living which is the most essential causes of cancer, diabetes and other related diseases in the society today. He gave his assurance that through this group, many lives will be saved.


More Photos after the cut...





Saturday, 14 November 2020

ORU EAST L.G.A CHAIRMAN RECEIVES GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS FROM OWERRI

-AS DR. MRS. OKEREKE, PRINCESS CHRISTINA UDE, IMO HEALTH VOLUNTEER - GROUP, VISITS ORU-EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA.


The SA’s to the Imo State Governor on Health and SDGs/Humanitarian Services, Hon. Dr. Mrs. Lina Okereke and Hon. Princess Christina Ude, respectively, and ten (10) ward coordinators of Imo Health Volunteers (IHV), Oru East Chapter, visited the Interim Management Committee Chairman of Oru-East LGA, Hon. Nze Nyerere Ogbonna, at the Council's Headquarters, Omuma.

Dr. Mrs. Lina Okereke and her team were also recieved by the wife of the IMC Chairman of Oru-East LGA, Lolo Ogechi Ogbonna; the Supervisory Councillor for Health, Oru East LGA, Hon. Mrs Mirian Emekwuru; as well as some other officials of the Council.

Speaking, Hon. Dr. Mrs. Lina Okereke said that they came - visiting to familiarize with the IMC Chairman of Oru-East LGA, Hon. Nze Nyerere Ogbonna, and to intimate him of the Imo State government's resolve, through the IHV-group, to inspect and collate all necessary data of both Public and Private health facilities in Oru-East LGA, and to also ascertain their levels of viability - upon which they make their recommendations to the government which will in turn be solutions to the problems hospitals face.

Dr. Mrs. Okereke who is the pioneer of lmo Health Volunteers, further stated that, they would also collate the accurate data of all Staffers/Representatives of all existing Hospitals/health Centres in Oru-East LGA, adding that Health Awareness Campaigns, Health Education and the introduction of Mobile Clinics in all the communities in Oru-East LGA would be of major concern.

Also Speaking, the Special Adviser to the Imo State Governor on SDGs/Humanitarian Services. Hon. Princess Christina Ude, said that the Governor, Sen. Hope Uzodinma (Onwa), was stopping at nothing to ensure that medical facilities in the State were standardized and proper things done, as to further ensure that people live healthily. She also said that goal 3 of the Sustainable Development Goals which is good health and well-being for all by 2030 can be achieved if we can focus on achieving its targets aggressively in the state. 

Hon. Princess Ude further assured that the Ward Coordinators of IHV, Oru-East Chapter, at all times, shall be reaching out to the vulnerable persons as well as all other persons for heath awareness and healthy lifestyles. 

In their separate speeches, the wife of the IMC Chairman, Oru-East LGA, Lolo Ogechi Ogbonna (Osodieme), and the Supervisory Councillor for Health, Oru-East LGA, Hon. Mrs. Miriam Emekwuru, commended the visiting team from the Imo State Governor, assuring them of their readiness to partner with the Oru-East Chapter of the IHV-group all through the period of the program, to achieve success.

Reacting, the IMC Chairman of Oru-East LGA, Hon. Nze Nyerere Ogbonna (Omekannaya), commended the Imo State Executive Governor, His Excellency Sen. Hope Uzodinma (Onwa), for the Initiative which tends to ensure the healthy conditions of all Imolites.

Hon. Nze Ogbonna, while thanking the Delegation, assured that the program would have his full support. He therefore called on the people of Oru-East LGA to ensure that all government policies and programs take centre stage at all times.

In fulfillment of their familiarization tour, the IMC Chairman of Oru-East LGA, Hon. Nze Nyerere Ogbonna, with the visiting Imo State Government Officials and the Imo Health Volunteer (group), Oru-East Chapter, also visited the Traditional Ruler of Ozuh Omuma Autonomous Community, HRH Eze Philip Uzodinma, who, in his palace, also gave his royal blessings towards the success of the program.

Sunday, 23 August 2020

Giginya the uncuttable tree.
Giginya and its fruits

 

Giginya the uncuttable tree, Yes! the uncuttable tree.

Today I want to write about this tree that is found allover the northern state am not sure if there is any state that doesn't have it.

I had opportunity to do a rice farm which made me to visit the farms around my area in Kebbi State Nigeria and Giginya the uncuttable tree was available everywhere in the farm.

I called it the uncuttable tree because of the story behind it's standing firm allover the farm environment even inside the village people don't cut it except it's palms falls and they can use them as fire woods.

It is pertinent for you to know that its fruits is consumable and is good for the body even though am yet to figure out the nutritional value of the fruit.

It is said even the government is against  the cutting of the tree, Kebbi State is know the be mountainous and plain in the areas that are close to the River Niger.

I am going to be talking about some values of the tree why you don't cut it down like every other tree and get away with it.

Economical Value:

The fruit: The fruit of Giginya tree is for food, it is consumable and very sweet in nature just like sugar cane I have also tested it. It actually looks like coconut but when you break it, is always like another thing entirely full of red cream.

It's Palms: Just like Palm tree the Giginya palms are very useful for making fire wood and other things like covering of roofs when you build the local house with mud.

The Tree: The tree itself can be used for many things, but on the contrary since people are not allowed to cut it down like every other tree, so one had to wait until it falls by itself. As such, when it has finally fall down either because of wind or it's roots are weak, one can take time to cut it and make use of it either as firewood when it is dried or as planks for building.

Fulani herdsman feeding cows on Kebbi Beautiful plain

AS YOU CAN SEE, IS THE ONLY STANDING TREE  IN THOUSANDS ON THE BEAUTIFUL PLAIN OF KEBBI STATE.

What do you think of this tree? and what nutritional value do you see or had from it?

Make your comments below...



Thursday, 16 July 2020

Fed govt conditional cash transfer in Imo state, 9 LGAs is a success - Hon Christina Ude

18 LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS TO BE ADDED!

Imo State conditional cash transfer may/June disbursements just took place in only 9 local governments. It was a success says Imo special adviser to the governor His Excellency Hope Uzodinma on SDG’s   and Humanitarian service  Hon. Princess Christina Ude.

In a direct chat with IYB she opined “The conditional cash transfer may/June disbursements just took place in Imo in only 9 local governments. It was a success. The recipients were happy. I interviewed a few to find out what they are doing with the money. They are supposed to save some part of the money and use other part of the money to start a business. We are trying to add 18 more local governments to the social register. We are only doing 9 local governments for now”.

Speaking further Hon. Princess Christina Ude  made know to IYB that, it is the desire of the governor His Excellency Hope Uzodinma, to spread this across  the 27 local government, as such she is assuring the public, soon 18 more local governments areas will be added.

The following local government in Imo are yet to benefit from the cash disbursement. These includes:
Oru East, Oru West, Oguta, Orlu, Orsu, Isu, Nwangele, Njaba, Ihitte, Uboma, Ehime, Mbano, Obowo, Mbaitoli, Ngor Okpuala, Ezinihitte Mbaise, Owerri Municipal, Owerri West, Owerri North and Ohaji Egbema LGA's.

Here are photos of the event.....






TROUBLE I ENCOUNTER USING THE NIGERIA POLICE RECRUITMENT PORTAL 2020


Dear IYB readers a friend is in need, I decided to use the website to apply for a friend of mine unfortunately it didn't go well with me.

When you enter the website, the messages they use to welcome you shows that the website is functioning well but from all indication I don’t think so. Here are some of the messages that you will see!

WE'RE RECRUITING

The need by the present leadership to reposition the Force through capacity building calls for the recruitment of Police Officers of lower cadre into the Nigeria Police Force. In order to align with International standard and best practices and the United Nation Standard of Policing, the Force needs virile and dynamic police officers for better service delivery and mitigiating emerging security challenges. To this end, our goal is to ensure the safety of lives and property of the Nigeria citizens and make Nigeria safer and more secured for economic development and growth.

 

ATTENTION

Application into Nigeria Police Force required NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION (Nimc) Number, by providing the number you have given Nigeria police Force the right to get your bio data i.e. Basic information from Nimc and the data will not be editable after creating Account.

 

APPLICATION GUIDELINES FOR NIGERIA POLICE FORCE 2020 RECRUITMENT EXERCISE

Candidates are advised to read the following instructions thoroughly before completing the Nigeria Police Force online Recruitment Form. Any incomplete or wrongly completed Form will be rejected and will not be processed.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants shall be of Nigerian origin by birth and possess National Identity Number (NIN)

Applicants must possess a minimum of 5 credits in not more than 2 sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB with credit passess in English and Mathematics.

Applicants must be aged between 17-25 years by March 2020.

Applicants must be medically, physically, and psychologically fit and must not be less than 1.67mtrs tall for male and 1.64mtrs tall for female.

Applicants must print their completed online forms, guarantor form and submit it at the examination / screening and recruitment centre.

All applicants MUST have readily available scanned copy of their SSCE/GCE/NABTEB/NECO Result Birth Certificate Result FSLC Result LGA Certificate Passport Photograph Chest Measurement.

Applicant must not have less than 86 cm (34 inches) expanded chest measurement (for men only).

Female Applicant must not be pregnant at the time of Recruitment.

Applicant must be free from any pecuniary embarrassment.

 

Another thing you must know is that, after I have applied, it will take me to the bottomless part of the website, here is the photo that indicates where it took me to.

 

Again, it equally shows that there is application ongoing by asking you to apply with the information mentioned above, like the place of of your NIN, password and Email address.

Am not sure if anyone else is having this challenge, please help a friend in need lol.

Here is the website in case you are interested in the Nigeria Police Force Recruitment 2020  https://www.policerecruitment.gov.ng/


Why people can't run away from their shadow?
Hello my people! I have tried over and over again to post here seasonal but my new job won't let me meanwhile today I just want to check on you guys, I hope the pandemic of COVID19 has not born so much stress of life to you? okay I know many of us have been challenged by this. Can you write a little about your experience to me? best article will be published on this website.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Saturday, 9 November 2019

Monday, 4 November 2019

Friday, 7 June 2019

#FriendshipFriday : Fair life Africa surprises Miss Mary

Mary had a surprise visit of Fair Life Africa members. #FLATeam visited her school on Monday with gifts packs and cake to share with her classmates!

It was her birthday last Saturday, and her sponsor was keen to make it a special occasion for her. We were so touched and moved that she remembered this special occasion, even though she'd just delivered herself!

Reacting to this Mrs Ufuoma Ashogbon CEO Fair Life Africa said some people are just self less. 

#HappyBirthday week to Mary and much love to her sponsor and the other amazing sponsors who help us to brighten up the lives of children in need in Nigeria.






Sunday, 27 January 2019

RT. HON. GOODLUCK NANAH OPIAH: SCORECARD 2015-2018

Leadership is not learnt, it?s an inborn trait. Good leaders are passionate about the good and welfare of their people. 

Rt. Hon. Goodluck Nanah Opiah is an icon of good leadership and a blessing to his people. His first term at the House of Representatives is a great testimony of a man who through effective representation, in keeping faith with his campaign promises has bettered the lots of his people given the numerous employment opportunities, projects, and human empowerment programmes facilitated by him including Bills and Motions he sponsored. 

No doubt, by the choice of Rt. Hon. Goodluck Nanah Opiah Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency has taken a major step forward. 

A CURSORY GLANCE AT THE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES, PROJECTS, HUMAN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES, BILLS AND MOTIONS FACILITATED AND SPONSORED BY HIM

(A) EMPLOYMENT & BENEFICIFIARIES
1 IKENNA OHAMARA (NIGERIA SECURITY & CIVIL DEFENCE CORPS)
2 OKOLIE VINCENT ONYIYECHI DOMINION  (NATIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY)
3 OPIAH JOY NORA (NATIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY)
4 STELLAMARIS CHINWE CHUKWU (NIGERIA IMMIGRATION SERVICE)
5 CYNTHIA OGWUDIRE (CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA, CBN)
6 MAZI ONYEKA JUDE (NIGERIA PRISONS SERVICE)
7 OBIWURU IKENNA PRINCE (NATIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY)
8 DR. OGUGUO BASIL CHINECHEREM E. (UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, ENUGU CAMPUS)
9 OKANNE KELECHI KINGSLEY (ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSIO, EFCC)
10 OLUMBA CHIDIEBERE FAVOUR (NIGERIA POLICE)
11 CHRISTIAN LARRY NWOKOCHA (NIGERIA POLICE)
12 IBEACHULAM ONYEDIKACHI (NIGERIA POLICE)
13 AMADI GOODHEAD GOODLUCK (NIGERIA POLICE)
14 GEOFFERY DANIEL CHIGOZIE (NIGERIA POLICE)
15 ELUMA GIFT DELIGHT (NIGERIA POLICE)
16 EZEIWE OBINNA (NIGERIA POLICE)
17 KENNEDY UWADIA (NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS ENFORCEMENT AGENCY, NESREA)
18 DR. NGOZI, FLORENCE IFEROBIA  (NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, NOU)
19 DURU EMMANUEL (ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION, EFFC)
20 OBIELECHI CHIDINMA C. (FMC, OWERRI)
21 OSIMIRI ANGUS CHIEDOZIE  (FMC, OWERRI)
22 OKWUNWA ONYEKACHI JEFFERY (ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION, EFCC)
23 ONYEMEZIRI VIVIAN ONYINYECHI (ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION, EFCC)
24 OGINI ERIC IBEAWUCHI (ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION, EFCC)
25 MATHIAS PRINCESS VALERIE (FMC, YENAGOA)
26 UZOARU FAITH AMARACHI (FMC, YENAGOA)
27 OPARAJI CHIOMA PERPETUA (FMC, YENAGOA)
28 SUNNY ANDREW ALOZIE (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC)

(B) PROJECTS 
1. Supply and Installation of ten (10) 33KVA Transformer each at 
Ohaba
 Umuagwo  
Abacheke 
Mbano-Agwa
Nkweshi
Ibiasiegbe
Aji 
Egwe
Awa 
Oguta Ameshi 
COMPLETED (MINISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS)
2. Installation of Solar-Powered Streetlights at 
Abacheke Osuiche 
Ndionyemobi 
Egbuoma
Ubulu
Etekwuru
Oguta Ameshi 
COMPLETED (MINISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS
3. Construction of ICT Centre at Igbirigbe Osuiche  
 COMPLETED  MINISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS (2017)
4. Rural Electrification of Awarra Court Area
TO COMMENCE Ministry of works 2018
5 Construction of Abacheke Osuiche Egbema Internal Roads/Spur-Oguta Lake-Egbema 
TO COMMENCE IN 2018 MINISTRY OF WORKS
6. Installation of Solar Powered Streetlights at 
Abacheke
Abaezhi 
Obokofia
Opuoma 
COMPLETED 2017
7. Rehabilitation of Nempi-Ubulu-Amafuo Road in Oru West off Onitsha-Owerri Dual Carriage Way 
 ONGOING (FERMA 2017)
8. Establishment of Cassava Processing Centre in Oguta (Ezi-Orsu Oguta) 
COMPLETED 2017
9. Installation of Solar-Powered Streetlights at 
Eziali-Mgbidi
Ubulu
Nempi 
Awa
Ejemekuru
Nkweshi
Ndiulokwu/Umuowere
Umuapu
Umuagwo
Etekwuru (Plantation) 
COMPLETED 2016
10. Sand-filling, Regrassing/Reconstruction of Mmahu and Abacheke community School Playground Mmahu Community
COMPLETED 2017 (PRODA)
11. Construction/Installation of 4Nos Solar-Powered Water Boreholes at:
 Abacheke Main Market
 Otulu-Oru West 
 Umukene-Ohaji 
 Etekwuru-Egbema 
COMPLETED 2017
12. Rehabilitation/Completion of 1Nos Solar-Powered Borehole at Girls Secondary School in Oguta 
COMPLETED 2016
13 Construction of 2Nos. and Rehabilitation of Solar-Powered Boreholes in Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Fed. Const.:  
Mbano-Agwa
Abacheke 
Oguta
Oburugo
Obosima
Umuagwo 
COMPLETED 2017
14. Dredging and Desilting of Oha Mmiri (Oguta) to Ndoni River, Rivers, Imo State
 COMPLETED (ANAMBRA/IMO RBDA 2017)
15. Provision of Borehole in Ubulu, Oru West 
COMPLETED 2017
16. Renovation of 1No. Primary School Block at Obile-Ohaji
 COMPLETED 2017 (UBEC)
17. Construction of 3 Classroom Block in Uwaorie Agwa 
COMPLETED 2016 (PRODA)
18. Installation of Streetlight at Abacheke Egbema 
 COMPLETED 2017 (PRODA)
19. Reconstruction of Oguta Motel-Nkweshi-Mgbele-Ukwuorji/Onitsha Road
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
20. Rehabilitation of Egbuoma-Ossemotto Road
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
21. Rehabilitation of Oguta-Egbuoma Road
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
22. Reconstruction of Ejemekwuru-Agwa-Obokofia Road 
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
23. Re-asphalting of Mgbidi-Oguta Road
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
24. Construction of Ejemekuru-Ogbaku-Oguta-Motel Road 
COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
25. Construction of Mgbidi-St. Joseph Catholic Church Road
 TO COMMENCE IN 2018 (NDDC)
26. Construction of Akabor-Ejemekuru Road
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
27. Reconstruction of Oguta (Trinity)-Egbuoma Road
 COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
28. Reconstruction/Re-ashalting of Abacheke, Mmahu, Obiakpu Internal Roads
COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
29. Reconstruction of Avu Junction-Adapalm-Etekwuru Road
COMPLETED 2017 (NDDC)
30. Construction of 5,000 Gallons Solar-Powered Borehole in Umuokpoche, Ohoba 
COMPLETED 2017
31. Construction of 350ft. Powered Borehole at Aji Ward in Oru West
COMPLETED 2017
32. Construction of 1No. Classroom Block at 
Abacheke
 Ekugba
 Obiakpu 
Umuapu 
Assa/Awarra 
 Umuapu 
TO COMMENCE 2018 (NIGERIA PORTS AUTHORITY (CSR) 
33. Provision of 1No Solar Borehole at Umuikedilo Eziama Ibiasiegbe 
COMPLETED 2017 (Centre for Energy, Research & Dev.)
34. Installation of Solar-Powered Streetlights at
Uba-Agwa
 Obudi-Agwa  
 Assa
Ohoba
Obosima 
 Amafor
COMPLETED 2016
35. Provision of Borehole water at 
Umuofeke-Agwa
 Umuagwo,
Abacheke (Estate)
Obeakpu
K. Beach-Oguta
 Enuigbo-Oguta
 Abacheke (Umulakpu)
 Ndionyemobi (Egbuoma-Oguta)
COMPLETED 2016 

36. Reconstruction of Owerri-Elele Road at Umuapu-Umuagwo axis with additional bye-pass at Umuapu 
 COMPLETED 2016
37. Rehabilitation of Orsu Obodo-Oguta Lake Road 
COMPLETED 2017
38 Rehabilitation of Oguta Lake-TTC Egbema Road 
COMPLETED 2017
39. Construction of Egbema-Oguta-Uli Road, 40km, Imo State 
TO COMMENCE 2018 MNISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS
40. Construction of Road from Obinze/Offorola Village/Umuokanne Village Road Ward one, Owerri LGA, Imo State
TO COMMENCE 2018 (MINISTRY OF NIGER AFFAIRS)
41. Perimeter Fencing and Equipping/Furnishing of ICT Centre at Igbirigbe Osuiche Egbema, Imo State with Furniture and Fittings, Electronics, Generators, Complete Set of Computer, Printers, Accessories and Consumables 
TO COMMENCE 2018 MINISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS
42. Solar Powered Boreholes in Mgbirichi, Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency-Imo State 
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Anambra/Imo RBDA)
43. Provision of Solar Powered Boreholes in Obokofia Egbema, Umuapu-Ohaji, Ezi Ali-Mgbidi in Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West, Imo State
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Anambra/Imo RBDA)
44. Ohakpu/Ozara Flood/Erosion Control, Oru West LGA, Imo State 
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Anambra/Imo RBDA)
45. Erosion Control Works and Road Construction with Drainage from Assa Market Junction to Adapalm Head Office in Ohaji Egbema LGA in Imo State 
 TO COMMENCE 2018 (Anambra/Imo RBDA)
46. Completion of Solar Powered Borehole at Obeakpu Community Egbema, Imo State 
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Anambra/Imo RBDA)
47. Construction of and Reticulation of water Scheme at Egbema, Imo State  
 TO COMMENCE 2018 (Anambra/Imo RBDA)
48. Construction of Inland River Port, Oguta, Imo State 
 Budgetary Provision for Concession Process
49. Rehabilitation of Okija Bridge Junction-Ihiala-Amappupu Uli-Egbuoma-Egwe Mile 4 Junction-Oguta Road in Imo/Anambra State 
 TO COMMENCE 2018          Min. of Power, Works & Housing (Main Ministry)
50. Preventive Maintenance on Two Bridges at Ojuju River (KM. 11+800) and Amayi-Ezi-Orsu (KM. 20+ 800) along Egbema-Oguta-Uli Road in Imo State  
TO COMMENCE 2018          Min. of Power, Works & Housing (Main Ministry)
51. Maintenance of Akanu-Ihie (Umuapu Road), Owerri-P/Harcourt Expressway, Umuapu-Apani Road/Owerri PH Expressway 
TO COMMENCE 2018          FERMA
52. Construction of 2Nos Blocks of 3-Classroom with Furnishing at Obiakpu, Egbema, Ohaji/Egbema LGA, Imo State 
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute-Lagos)
53. Revitalization & Equipping of 6 Nos PHCS in Oguta, LGA, Imo State 
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Nat. Primary Health Care Dev. Agency)
54. Revitalization & Equipping 6Nos PHCS in Oru West LGA, Imo State (Nempi Health Care Centre Nempi Oru West)
TO COMMENCE 2018 (Nat. Primary Health Care Dev. Agency)
55. Revitalization & Equipping of 8 Nos PHCS in OhajiEgbema LGA, Imo State (Abacheke Health Care Centre) 
 TO COMMENCE 2018 (Nat. Primary Health Care Dev. Agency)
56. Revitalization & Equipping of PHCS in Awara, Ohaji/Egbema LGA, Imo State (Awara) Awa TO COMMENCE 2018 (Nat. Primary Health Care Dev. Agency)

(C) SOON TO COMMENCE 2017 NDDC PROJECTS
1. Building and Equipping ICT Centre at Mmahu, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
2. Rehabilitation of 3No Blocks at Abacheke Primary School in Ohaji/Egbema LGA 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
3. Rehabilitation of 2Nos Blocks Trinity High School, Oguta 
 SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
4. Rehabilitation of 2Nos Block at St. Michael?s Sec. Sch. Orsu Obodo 
 SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
5. Construction of Exam Hall and Admin. Block and Laboratory at Comprehensive Sec. Sch. Abacheke Egbema, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
6. Construction of Exam Hall and Admin. Block at Egbema Secondary School, Ohaji/Egbema OSOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
 7. Electrification of Umudike 11, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
 8.        Electrification of Obokofia, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
9. Electrification of Opuoma, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
10. Construction of Solar Powered streetlight in Obitti Ogbeuru, Ohaji/Egbema
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
11. Construction of Health Centre in Ubi Oguta Community 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
12. Construction of Obokofia Comprehensive Health Centre, complete with perimeter Block Fencing, Water and Power Supply and Equipment, Ohaji/Egbema
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
13. Renovation and Equipping of Obiakpu General Hospital, Ohaji/Egbema
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
14. Construction of 3.2km Road with Street Light at Mgbara Community
 SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
15. Construction of Ihie-Urashi Road, Mmahu Road (2km)
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
16. Construction of Eziorsu 2km internal Road Phase 11, Oguta
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
17. Construction of 2km Ukwugba Internal Roads Phase 11, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
18. Construction of 1.7km Obiakpu Community Internal Road
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
19. Construction of Umuezike Egbuoma-Ohakpu Road 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
20. Construction of Umudike Internal Roads with Drains (2.5)
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
21. Construction of Nkwo-Egbu-Umuezeala Road with Drainage in Egbuoma Community
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
22. Construction of Orie-Nempi Market bus stop road to St. Barth?s Anglican Church, Nempi, Oru   West 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
23. Construction of Anglican Church, Aji to Umuduru-Nempi Road, Oru West
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
24. Construction of Ogbafor Mgbala Agwa Road, Oguta (2km) 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
25. Construction of Umuagwo-Umukene-Ethioha Road Phase 1 (1Km) Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
26. Construction of Aghoyibo Estate-Ipo Ezhi Ose Road, Abackeke
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
27. Construction of 2km Ogborie Market Umuofeke to Adapalm Ohaji Road 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
28. Construction of Obudi-Ogbafor-Umuofeke-Umukpo Church Road
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
29. Construction of Umuokwu-Umuorji Addax Road 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
30. Construction of Iyi-Aba Ose Mmahu Road
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
31. Construction of Eleh-Aji Road 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
32. Construction of Umuekpu-Umuomi road
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
33. Construction of Ndioko Ugbele Amakpu link Road 2km 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
34. Construction of Mini Stadium at Ohaji/Egbema LGA Headquarters, Mmahu, (Phase 1) 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
35. Perimeter Fencing of Agwa Secondary School 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
36 Construction of Etekwuru Internal Roads (Phase 1) in Ohaji/Egbema
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
37. Construction of 3km Obeakpu-Mmahu-Ihie Road, Ohaji/Egbema 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
38. Construction of Afia Okishikpa-Onwuruazhi Ogbedeyi Olumba Olumba-PREM Church Road, Abacheke
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
39. Construction of Umueze-Abacheke Michael Aligbo Road Abacheke Osuiche
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
40. Construction of Ndionwanibe-Ndiawa-Umuokwu Link Road (2.5km) 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
41. Construction of Abaezi-Abacheke Link Road (2km)
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018

(D) 2017 NDDC REGIONAL PROJECTS
1. Dualisation of PHC/Owerri Road Junction-Avu-Adapalm-Etekwuru Road, Owerri West/Ohaji/Egbema LGA, Imo State 
IN PROGRESS
2. Completion of Agip Transfer of Etekwuru 1/Etekwuru 11 Bridge Construction of Road to Umuorji with spur to Umudike and Etekwuru 11 in Ohaji/Egbema LGA, Imo State 
SOON TO COMMENCE (NDDC) 2018
3. Construction of Anyama-Mission road and environs-Ataba construction of Oguta Lake Bridge/Road through to Nnebukwu to Oguta1/Egwe-9kms Motel Bridge-38kms
 JOB AWAITING REVIEW/RE-EVALUATION

(E) BILLS
1. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE NIGER DELTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SKILLS ACQUISITION, EGBEMA IMO STATE, AND TO MAKE COMPREHENSIVE PROVISIONS FOR MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION, PROVIDE FOR DETAILED INDENTIFICATION OF AREAS IN TECHNOLOGY AND SKILLS ACQUISITION AND RELATED MATTERS
2. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO REPEAL THE NIGERIAN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPOARTION ACT, 2004 AND TO RE-ENACT THE NIGERIAN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT 2015 AND FOR OTHER MATTERS CONNECTED THEREWITH
3. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO AMEND THE COUNTERFEIT AND FAKE DRUGS AND UNWHOLESOME PROCEED FOODS (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT CAP C34 LFN 2004 TO INCREASE THE PENALTIES FOR OFFENCES UNDER THE ACT, TO MAKE COMPREHENSIVE PROVISIONS FOE ASSET FORFEITURE, COMPENSATION AND FOR OTHER MATTERS CONNECTED THEREWITH
4. BILL FOR AN ACT TO REPEAL THE PEOPLE?S BANK OF NIGERIA ACT CAP P7 LAWS OF THE FEDERATION OF NIGERIA 2004
5. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO AMEND THE PASSPORT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISION) ACT, CAP.P1 LAWS OF THE FEDRATION OF NIGERAI 2004, SO AS TO CLEARLY DEFINE PERSONS ELIGIBLE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF DIPLOMATIC AND OFFICIAL PASSPORTS, 2015
6. AN ACT TO REPEAL THE MAINTENANCE ORDERS ACT CAP MI LAWS OF THE FEDERATION OF NIGERIA, 2004
7. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO AMEND THE NATIONAL AGENCY FOR FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL ACT CAP NI LAWS OF THE FEDERATION NIGERIA 2004 AND FOR OTHER MATTERS CONNECTED THEREWITH
8. A BILL FOR ACT TO REPEAL THE LOAN (STATE DEVELOPMENT) ACT L16 LAWS OF THE FEDERATION OF NIGERIA, 2004
9. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE LAW TO ENSURE THAT THE 10% DERIVATION FUND, FROM THE FEDERATION ACCOUNT, ALLOCATION TO OIL AND SOLID MINERALS PRODUCING AREAS (HEREIN REFERED AS ?THE HOST COMMUNITIES?) IS PROMPTLY AND FULLY PAID DIRECTLY TO THE HOST COMMUNITIES, AND FOR SUCH MATTERS AS CONNECTED THEREWITH
10. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION, NATIONAL LABOUR COUNCIL, THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRATION OF TRADE UNIONS, ETC. TO ADMINISTER THE PROVISIONS OF LABOUR LAWS IN NIGERIA AND FOR MATTERS CONNECTED THEREWITH, 2015
11. A BILL FOR AN ACT ENTITLED: MICROCREDIT AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISES REGULATION (AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS
12. A BILL FOR AN ACT TO REPEAL THE GULF OIL COMPANY FUND (ADMINISTRATION) ACT 1964; AND TO ESTABLISH THE PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR THE PURPOSES OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION OF NIGERIANS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

(F) MOTIONS 
1. URGENT NEED TO ARREST THE INCESSANT KILLING OF PEOPLE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY IN AWARRA COURT AREA IN OHAJI/EGBEMA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, IMO STATE BY RIVAL CULT GROUPS
2. CALL ON THE NNDC TO COMPLETE THE OGUTA LAKE BRIDGE LINKING OHAJI/EGBEMA, OGUTA 1 AND OGUTA/ORU WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS OF IMO STATE
3. URGENT NEED FOR OIL COMPANIES OPERATING IN THE STATES OF THE NIGER DELTA TO CARRY OUT CLEAN-UP AND REMEDIATION EXERCISE TO RESTORE THE POLLUTED AND DEGRADED ENVIRONMENT OF THE AREAS
4. URGENT NEED FOR COMPLETION OF THE GAS TURBINE PROJETS IN EGBEMA, IMO STATE AND OTHER POWER PLANTS IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION
5. URGENT NEED TO APPOINT THE REPRESENTATIVES OF IMO STATE AND TWO OTHERS ON THE BOARD OF THE NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (NDDC)
6. NEED FOR OIL AND GAS COMPANIES TO ESTABLISH OPERATIONAL/ADMINISTRATION OFFICES IN AREAS WHERE THEY ENGAGE IN EXPLORATION IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA
7. NEED FOR THE CONVERSION OF EARLY VOLUNTEERS OF CIVIL DEFENCE INTO THE NIGERIAN SECURITY AND CIVIL DEFENCE CORPS
8. EXCLUSION OF IMO STATE OIL PRODUCING AREAS FROM THE NIGER/FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STAKEHOLDERS MEETING
9. REHABILITATION/RECONSTRUCTION OF OGUTA-OMOKU-AHOADA ROAD
10. MATTER OF URGENT PUBLIC IMPORTANCE: DETENTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF NIGERIA
11. EXPLORATION AT NIGERIA AGIP OIL COMPANY?S OPERATIONAL BASE IN EBOCHA-EGBEMA CAUSING ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION IN OHAJI/EGBEMA AND OGUTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS, IMO STATE
12. UNCERTAINTY OVER THE CURRENT DISSOLUTION OF THE BOARDS OF FEDERAL PARASTATALS IN NIGERIA
13. TOURISM SITES AT HISTORIC EARLIEST OIL EXPLORATION WELLS AT IHO, IMO STATE AND OLOBIRI, BAYELSA STATE
14. DELAYED PAYMENT OF WORKERS? SALARIES AND ARREARS OF PENSIONERS BY STATES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN NIGERIA
15. NON-PAYMENT OF SALARIES BY STATE GOVERNMENTS
16. ESTABLISHMENTS OF OIL MUSEUMS IN NIGERIA

(G) HUMAN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES
1. Skill Acquisition Training for Forty (40) Youths/Women in Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency on soap making through the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs (MNDA)
BENEFICIARIES:
1. IZU MARTIN
2. IGBO CHIBUIKE
3. DIKE ADANNA
4. FERDINAND NWAGA
5. CHINWENDU AZUGWU
6. LASBERY MUNACHI
7. ODUNNA EMEKA
8. GODWIN NWANTI
9. CHIEMERIA NWACHUKWU
10.  VALENTINE NWAEDO
11.  CHUKWUEBUKA UFERE
12.  OGBONNA SOLOMON
13.  ONYENWOKE CHIKA FAVOUR
14.  SAVIOUR AMAJUOYI
15.  LIVINA UKEH
16.  STEPHEN OGINI CHINEDU
17.  UCHENNA AMADIOHA
18.  ELVIS AZUAKULAM
19.  CHISOM PRINCESS CHUKWUMA
20.  ONYIA DORENE CHIGOZIRIM
21.  CHIAMAKA JUDE PRISCA
22.  ONWUBUJA BENITA
23.  ANTHONY CHIMEREMEZE ONYIA
24.  MADU AMAKA
25.  NWOKEJI PRINCESS IFUNANYA
26.  OPARA CHIKEZIE CASMIR
27.  OZIOMA UZOMA
28.  OLUCHI NNAMDI
29.  OLACHI JANET MGBOROKWU
30.  ONYINYECHI GIFT MADUBA
31.  OKECHUKWU ADIMIGBO
32.  IKEZI GODSWILL
33.  CHUKWUMA CHIZIRUM GEORGINA
34.  ROSE AGWU EKERE
35.  EZEKWESIRI IFEANYI
36.  OKECHUKWU GABRIEL
37.  ESTHER ONYINEMI
38.  CHRIS UFOHA
39.  AMUSA JANE IFEOMA
40.  TOKE CONFIDENCE IKENNE

2. Training and Skill Acquisition for Select Youths of Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West through (PRODA)
3. Procurement and Supply of Fishing and Farming Implement/Materials for farmers and fishermen in Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency
4. Award of scholarships to indigent students of Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency
5. Purchase of JAMB forms for indigent students of Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru west Federal Constituency seeking admission into the universities
6. Payment of both WAEC and NECO fees for indigent of students of the Federal Constituency 
7. Provision of Free Eye Medical Treatment for One thousand (1000) persons with various eye defects
8.  Donated Forty-Five (45) Units of Sewing Machines to trained fashion designers of his constituency 
9.  Donated Medical Equipment to Egbema General Hospital, Obiakpu in Ohaji/Egbema LGA of Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency

10.  Donated One Hundred and One (101) Motorcycles (BAJAJ) to his constituents

NAMES OF BENEFICIARIES OF MOTORCYCLE (BAJAJ)
S/N NAME OF BENEFICIARY WARD LGA
1 CARMELIUS OKORO EGBEMA ?A? OHAJI/EGBEMA 
2 ONYEAJU PRINCEWILL EGBEMA ?B? OHAJI/EGBEMA 
3 NATHAN NWOKEOCHA EGBEMA ?C? OHAJI/EGBEMA 
4 HENRY EJIKA EGBEMA ?D? OHAJI/EGBEMA 
5 CANICE IGWE EGBEMA ?E? OHAJI/EGBEMA 
6 MONDAY NWAKAJI ASSA/OBILE OHAJI/EGBEMA 
7 OMERENJI PRINCE AWARA/IKWEREDE OHAJI/EGBEMA 
8 MAURICE IHENACHO EKWUATO OHAJI/EGBEMA 
9 EBERE ONYEUKWU OBITTI/MGBUSHI OHAJI/EGBEMA 
10 CHUKWUEKE OKEAGHALAM OHOBA  OHAJI/EGBEMA 
11 OKEOMA BASIL UMUAGWO OHAJI/EGBEMA 
12 RAYMOND AMADI UMUAPU OHAJI/EGBEMA 
13 AGORUA PRINCE OGUTA ?A? OGUTA
14 ARIZA CHUKWUDI OGUTA ?B? OGUTA
15 UGBOMA CHUKS OSEMOTO OGUTA
16 OBIOHA FRANCIS EGWE/EGBUOMA OGUTA
17 OBI ONYEKWO ORU  OGUTA
18 JUDE AHUSHARA IZOMBE OGUTA
19 ASOR EZE OBUDI OGUTA
20 OKWARAEME AWA OBUDI/ARO OGUTA
21 GODDAY WIN UWAORIE OGUTA
22 OZIOMA CHUKWU MGBALA UBA OGUTA
23 PRINCE NWAUWA NDIOLUKWU UMUOWERE OGUTA
24 MAGNUS OBIKEE NEMPI/ELEH ORU WEST
25 THEADEUS IHEMENEM OTULU ORU WEST
26 MATHIAS ATUEGBULEM AJI ORU WEST
27 NICHOLAS NWADIALU IBIASOEGBE ORU WEST
28 CHIJIOKE MBAH UBULU ORU WEST
29 CASMIR ONUKAEZE AMAOFUO ORU WEST
30 EZE EGENTI OZARA ORU WEST
31 EMEKA MGBEAJUO OHAKPU ORU WEST
32 FELIX OJIAKU MGBIDI 1 ORU WEST
33 RICHARD ONYEKA MGBIDI 2 ORU WEST
34 MRS NNENNA PIUS ----------  ------------- 
35 OGBONNA ONYEWUCHI ---------- -------------
36 MARTIN NWANKWO ---------- -------------
37 AMADIOHA I FEDELIS EGBEMA ?E? OHAJI/EGBEMA
38 MUSA NNAMDI OPIAH EGBEMA ?A? OHAJI/EGBEMA
39 NWANOKA KELVIN ---------- -----------------
40 ERNEST OZIRI UMUAPU OHAJI/EGBEMA
41 CHIMA K. EUKORO ----------- --------------
42 OMAH MIKE EGBEMA ?A? OHAJI/EGBEMA
43 FRANK ODIGA (CHOCKY)  EGBEMA ?A? OHAJI/EGBEMA
44 REV. SIMON A. OKOROCHUKWU --------------- ----------------

11.  Sponsored Skill Acquisition Programme/Empowerment for One Hundred (100) Youths/Women on Poultry and Fishery
12.  Sponsored the training of Three (3) youths and women in Capacity Building in Modern Farming Techniques in partnership with The New Partnership for African?s Development (NEPAD) 

13.  Sponsored the training of Twenty (20) youths/women of Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency in TBIC Centre in Imo state through the House Committee on Science and Technology 
NAME OF BENEFICIFIARIES
1 FESTUS OGBUJI 
2 ANASTECIA OPARA 
3 MERCY CHIJIOGU KORIE 
4 IFEANYI NWADI 
5 JUDE UZOMA OBODOMA 
6 AJUKWARA ANSELEM 
7 ODIKANWA NNAMDI 
8 NKARU CLINTON UCHECHUKWU 
9 CHUKWU KINGSLEY 
10 IJEOMA STEPHANIE NZEOMA 
11 OKONKWO DANIEL CHIGOZIE 
12 ONYEMA IKECHUKWU SAMUEL 
13 ANELE CHINEDU 
14 UKEH LIVINA ADAUTO 
15 NKECHI ODIMEGWU 
16 PRECIOUS OCHIJE 
17 FERAGOD AZUKA 
18 ANTHONY OKWUOSA 
19 IFEANYI MAZI 
20 ENYI KELVYN G. 

11. Sponsored the training of Fifty (50) youths/Women under the ??Recruitment of Persons Under the Basic National Open Apprenticeship Scheme (B-NOAS) of National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Imo State on 
i. Cosmetology
ii. Barbing
iii. Computer Operation
iv. Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) Repair
v. Bead Stringing
vi. Pastry
vii. Vulcanizing
viii. Event Planning/Management
BENEFICIARIES:
S/N NAME OF BENEFICIARIES
1 AZUBUIKE IFUNAYA
2 IRO VICTOR
3 CHUKWE KINGSLEY O.
4 ONYEDIKA OKOLIE
5 NWAMAKA M. EJIMOFO
6 UGBOAJA UZOAMAKA H.
7 OKOLIE NZUMBE D.
8 CHRISTIAN CHINEDU OBIOHA
9 MBA MARK CHIJIOKE
10 HAVILLA ABACAM UNUZI
11 FRANK FAVOURLYNE C.
12 IHEARINDUEME CHIMA
13 NDULERI OJIUGO MERIT
14 OPARAOCHA ONYINYECHI
15 KORIE-OBINNA MERCY
16 ODILI IFEANYI BRIGHT
17 SINGER AUGUSTINE
18 OKOROIGWE I.C. GOODLUCK
19 AMUTADI PETER C.
20 ESTHER U. UKWE
21 ENYI GOODLUCK KELVIN
22 EJEKE EASY
23 OJIKE DESTINY
24 EBERE JOY OGINI
25 CHIDIEBERE NWAJIBORO F.
26 ONWUKA CHIEMEZIE KINGSLEY
27 IHENACHO AMAKA J
28 OBIAWUCHI SOPURUCHI G.
29 OZOR BLESSING TOBECHI
30 NWOSU CHIJIOKE SOLOMON
31 IKECHUKWU WILLIAM ADIKIBE
32 NNADI MODESTA
33 UMEGBORO CHIBUEZE C.
34 IHEANACHO JUDITH IHECHI
35 OBIAWUCHI WISDOM
36 OBIZUE SIXTUS O.
37 CHINONSO REWARD ONUOHA
38 CLINTON HYCINTH
39 MARTIN OMURUKA
40 OBODO OBEDY CHIDIEBERE
41 IGWE ERIC AZUNNA
42 UGORJI EMMANNUEL CHINONYE
43 OGBUJI IHEKWABA
44 OPARAJI KINGSLEY ONYEMACHI
45 IGBO PRECIOUS UJUNWA
46 AWARAJIH UZOMA CHITURU
47 ONWUZEBIA NWACHI GODFREY
48 ADAKWA CHIDI BELL
49 IKE CHIMENIM UCHE
50 EJIZU PEACE

15.  Sponsored Skill Acquisition Training of One Hundred and Fifty-One (151) Youths/Women Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency in Soap and Cream making
16.  Facilitated the Empowerment of the following Cooperative Societies through the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC):
i. Out-Obi Abacheke (Egbema) Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative Society Ltd.
ii. Nzubechukwu (Ohaji) Farmers? Cooperative Society Ltd.
iii. Eberechi (Owerri) Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative Society Ltd.
iv. Feed The Nation Mult-Purpose Cooperative Society Ltd
17.  Facilitated the enrolment of Thirty (30) candidates in the Federal Government N-Power Scheme through House Committee on Poverty Alleviation.
BENEFICIARIES:
1. ANYIAMUKA NNAEMEKA N-TAX-2017-000001178622-53
2. ADAKWA CHIDI BELLO N-AGRO-2017-000002008291-77
3. OGBANJA CHIGOZIE DELIGHT NJ-TAX-2017-00000314773-19
4. NWABUEZE VIVIAN IFEOMA N-TEACH-2017-000001712359-37
5. ELIZABETH UCHECHI ASOR 2017-0000077596190
6. ESTHER OKORIE N-TEACH-2017-000001174336-61
7. BENITA IHEJIRIKA N-TEACH-2017-000001665235-78
8. OKORIE JOY N-TEACH 2017-00000535301-4
9. ODIKA EZIGBO N-HEALTH-2017-000001208135-82
10. BLESSING CHINONSO ASOR 2017-0000077793638
11. ONYEKWUO CHRIS A. 2017-000001576738-69
12. ONYEKWUO CHINWE B. N-TEACH-2017-000001664828-44
13. NKEIRUKA ONYEKWUO OBI 2017-000001318565-72
14. OZOR, ONYINYECHI JOHN N-TEACH-2017-00000866707-42
15. OBIAWUCHI, WISDOM NNAEMEKA N-TEACH-2017-00000428789-43
16. ADIE-LE FAITH N-TEACH-2017-000001103581-60
17. OKORO NONSO N-TEACH-2017-000001835878-2
18. DONALD ADIMIKE N-AGRO-2017-000002049375-51
19. IJEOMAH KINGSLEY CHIDUBEM N-AGRO-2017-00000993555-27
20. OGUNJIOFOR CHIMEZIE N-HEALTH-2017-000001577765-33
21. IKE-JI GERALD EMEKA N-AGRO-2017-000001172803-44
22. IWUOHA DESMOND CHUKWUEMEKA N-AGRO-2017-000001736136-52
23. OKOLIE GEORGIANA NKEIRUKA 2017-00000380601-60
24. UCHENNA JERRY N-TEACH-2017-000001844724-40
25. EJIONYE IHESINACHI N-TEACH-2017-0000086088-40
26. EJIONYE UGONNA N-HEALTH-2017-00000586840-21
27. EJIONYE TOBECHUKWU N-AGRO-2017-000001429746-83
28. NNAEMEKA MBAERI N-AGRO-2017-00000266595-56
29. OGECHI EGENONU N-TEACH-2017-000002556954-86
30. AMUDA AKUDO PEACE N-TEACH-2017-000001636540

INDEPENDENT MONITORS/SUPERVISORS
1. Ernest Oziri Ohaji/Egbema
2. Marcel Amadioha Ohaji/Egbema
3. William Ejiako Oguta
4. Emma Mazi Oguta
5. Okoliogwo T.C. Willie Oru West
6. Humphrey Ngwuonye Oru West

It is imperative to say that our Federal constituency deserves nothing less than good representation to sustain this giant stride and consolidate on the unprecedented feat. 
We therefore call on the good people of Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency to throw their weight behind the second term bid of this illustrious son as the reward for good service is more job.

UCHE OGINI,
NASS-ABUJA,
11th September, 2018.