Respite for Otampa Primary healthcare centre as HGF, Ogah, Others show commitment


The member representing Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Chief Amobi Ogah has promised to assist Otampa Autonomous Community in Isuikwuato local government area of ABIA State to revive her Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC).

Chief Ogah who is the Chairman, House Committee on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, made the promise at Otampa Central Primary School during the second edition of Otampa Cultural Carnival organized to raise funds for the rehabilitation of Otampa PHC.

The federal lawmaker reiterated his commitment to equity, justice, and the dignity of every individual in his constituency, opined that health of the people was a fundamental human right, adding he was working hard to ensure that everyone has access to affordable and quality health services.

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The federal lawmaker noted that many communities have remained in the backwaters of development due to that financial mismanagement and expressed optimism that such a malaise would be stamped out in the state with Dr. Alex Otti as Governor.

Ogah, however, expressed displeasure that most communities have failed in their basic responsibilities, including environmental sanitation, leaving almost everything to government and tasked Otampa community to be alive to her responsibilities.
The lawmaker used the forum to appreciate the community for giving him overwhelming support and voting for him during the 2023 National Assembly election.

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Earlier, the Chairman of the occasion, Chief Richard Harrison, who is also the Chairman of Harrison Goodness Foundation (HGF), a non-profit organization, had said that the main purpose of the fundraising, built into the Otampa cultural carnival, was to realize the financial resources needed for the rehabilitation and equipping of Otampa Primary Healthcare Centre which is in a state of near comatose.