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Ayu, Okowa underscores welfare, as Elumelu empowers constituents

By Odita Sunday, Abuja
02 May 2022   |   3:38 am
Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, Ndudi Elumelu, has again presented tools and other materials to members of his constituency.

Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, Ndudi Elumelu, has again presented tools and other materials to members of his constituency.
 
The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Dr. Iyorchia Ayo, who supervised the distribution of the tools to the consttuents, applauded the minority leader for his outstanding contributions towards human capital development of the people in his Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency.  
 
Speaking at the 2022 edition of the Elumelu’s empowerment programme for the people of his constituency, Ayu acknowledged that Elumelu had done well, even as he affirmed that the PDP was very proud of him.
 


No fewer than 665 constituents were empowered with items ranging from tricycles, motorcycles, generators, deep freezers and high standard sewing machines, while 300 artisans were empowered with cash grants of N100, 000.00 to support their vocations.
  
While urging other representatives to replicate what Elumelu had done, the PDP national chairman urged politicians to place high premium on the welfare of citizens, especially the ordinary Nigerians.
  
In his remarks, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa noted that Elumelu was doing great wonders in his representation of his constituents, adding that the event was not the first time he was empowering the people in the constituency.
  
He said:  “I thank God for your life. Last year, l spoke glowingly of what you had done; today, it appears to me that you have even surpassed what you did last year; may God continue to empower you.”

“There is no doubt that anything that is done to engage every youth, every man or every woman in Delta State and to support them to succeed in life, such a person that does that is helping the government of Delta State to reach out.