By Perez Brisibe
Senator Victor Umeh, APGA Anambra Central, and Chief Dozie Nwankwo, the member representing Njikoka/Dunukofia/Anaocha Federal Constituency in the House of Representative’s weekend constituents to return the two of them to the National Assembly on the platform of APGA.
Nwankwo made his intention known at the Abagana, Njikoka Local Government Area secretariat of APGA. Thereafter, with his supporters and the council executives, he went to the state secretariat of the party in Awka where the Chief Norbert Obi-led state executive received him with commendation.
In Awka, Nwankwo unveiled a multi-million Naira empowerment programme for 1,500 constituents that cut across party lines.
He presented vehicles to all the chairmen, women leaders and youth leaders of the three council areas in his federal constituency, namely, Njikoka, Dunukofia, and Anaocha. All the ward chairmen, secretaries and youth leaders among others were also rewarded.
Speaking, Nwankwo said that the annual presentation through the Ferdinand Dozie Nwankwo Foundation was in fulfillment of his vow to God to give back to the society.
He clarified that the items were not funded by government but were in continuation of his more than 15 years of charity works that pre-dated his entry into politics.
The charity works include annual free Medicare, scholarship programme, poverty alleviation scheme, widowhood support, and youth/women empowerment.
At the event, Senator Victor Umeh described the lawmaker as an embodiment of what a representative should be and urged the people to continue to support Nwankwo, the party and their good works to ensure the state remains a shining example for others nationwide.
One of those who got a bus, Mrs. Ngozi Obiekwe from Agulu and the APGA Woman Leader for Anaocha LGA, described Dozie Nwankwo as a representative worthy of emulation because he has remained consistent in touching the lives of his supporters.