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Member of the House of Representatives, Nkeiruka Onyejeocha, has urged widows not to succumb to the amorous advances of men, but look up to God, for sustenance.

While interacting with his constituents in Isuochi, Umunneochi Council, Abia State, yesterday, she announced her plan to underwrite the 2020 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) registration fees for all public school candidates from her constituency.

The fourth-term lawmaker representing Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Constituency also counselled the people to be cautious in giving out their children to people they did not know very well for an apprenticeship in the cities, as many had rather subjected their stewards to inhuman treatments.

At another forum, the lawmaker who is the Deputy Chief Whip handed over the trophy and cash prizes to winners of her annual football competition held at Peace Comprehension School, Amuda, Isuochi.

The winner of the competition, Ngodo Football Club, got N500,000 and the first runner-up, Lokpaukwu Club, got N300,000 while the third-place winner, Ndiawa Club, got N200,000.

Seven other participating teams got N30,000 as consolation prizes each.

Onyejeocha also distributed food and other items as yuletide gifts and promised her constituents of more development and federal projects in the years ahead.


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