Onuigbo, Chukwu, Hail House Of Reps Deputy Speaker, Over Milestone Achievement 


The former member who represented Ikwuano/Umuahia Federal Constituency and member currently representing South East at the Board of North East Development Commission (NEDC), Rep Sam Onuigbo, has dropped an insightful message while celebrating the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Benjamin Kalu, on his 53rd birthday celebration.
In a chat with our reporter, Hon Onuigbo hailed the Deputy Speaker on the feat attained at 53, stating that for many, it is s beginning point, but in the case of the Federal Lawmaker, the Grace of God has been evident.
Rep Onuigbo delighted over the decision of Hon Ben Kalu to commemorate his birthday with the down trodden, eulogized his humble nature and prayed God to continue to lift him.
Rep Sam Onuigbo
Also, the Special Assistant to the Deputy Speaker on intergovernmental Affairs, Hon Chijioke Chukwu, in his wish for the Deputy Speaker, said as a politician confronted with several hassles and risk,there is so much to be thankful to God, particularly for the gift of a new year.
He said celebrating 53 years at a time  where the country’s average life expectancy is low, is worthwhile.
Hon Chijioke Chukwu stated that the celebration did not only create the opportunity to interact with the Bende constituents but gave them the opportunity to dine and wine with the indigent, the vulnerable groups,the physically challenged among others, exemplifying love and care.
Hon Chijioke Chukwu
Chukwu, however, commended the Deputy Speaker for putting humanity first, by coming back home to celebrate with his people, offering medical care to them.
He wished him greater heights in his political career and above all,his pursuit for peace in the Southeast, calling for more support in repositioning the region and also Abia State. He added that Abia State is backward in terms of development,with all indices of development rating zero.
“Politics is over,now is the time for all politicians in Abia to come together and move the state forward”.