On Sunday, the 17th of December, 2023, all well-meaning Nigerians from all walks of life will converge in the ancient city of Isuochi, Abia State to partake in a momentous celebration with the Honorable Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Hon Nkeiruka Onyejeocha PhD.
This occasion serves as a heartfelt expression of gratitude to Almighty God for her quality representation in the National Assembly, as well as the commissioning of several landmark projects.
Hon Nkeiruka Onyejeocha, a devoted Christian who infuses her public service with a sense of faith.
Her impact resonates through dedicated efforts; ranging from facilitating Education by offsetting WAEC fees of government-owned secondary schools, to championing healthcare through 16years of free medical and surgical outreach.
The establishment of the Federal Polytechnic, Isuochi and the introduction of the Aviation College in Umunneochi stand as testaments to her commitment to educational development. Her unwavering support for the youth, evident in the provision of scholarships and employment opportunities, underscores a dedication to fostering growth and prosperity.
Additionally, her initiatives extend to economic empowerment, with grants and mild interest loans to embark on entrepreneurial ventures. In the realm of infrastructure, Hon. Onyejeocha’s constituency witnesses transformation, with roads, brigades, and electricity reaching various communities. Her caring touch extends to the vulnerable in society, exemplified through initiatives for the physically challenged and motherless.
As she, who is also a lover of Jesus Christ, prepares to mark her 16 years in the National Assembly, the upcoming thanksgiving celebration and project commissioning serve as beacons of gratitude and progress.
The event promises to draw the attendance of prominent figures, reflecting the widespread acknowledgment of her positive influence on both the political landscape and the lives of the constituents she serves.
See you there!
Obika James Abuchi writes from Oba, Anambra State.