Ebonyi first Lady applaud govt on executed projects across 13 LGAs

The Wife of the Governor, Mrs Mary-Maudline Nwifuru has Commended Gov Francis Nwifuru led administration over execution of Community Development Projects across the 13 Local Government Areas (LGA) of the state.

Mrs Nwifuru made the commendation on Saturday while commissioning the state Community and Social Development Agency (EB-CSDA) Assisted micro projects in Ezza-South LGA .

The agency reports that the ongoing tour on LGAs was embarked by Mrs Nwifuru to also inaugurate local government committee of the pet project.

She said that the projects embodies the state government’s dedication to building a stronger and resilient state that prioritizes the well-being of the people.

She said “The projects is focused on the manifesto of our administration to provide quality health care delivery, education, empowerment, payment of medical bills, water and electricity supply.

She recall projects commissioned in Edda Ebonyi, OHAZARA, Abakaliki, Ikwo, Onicha among other LGAs, would be impactful and sustained.

The wife of the governor also inaugurated the local government committee for her pet project, Better Health for Rural Women, Children and Internally Displaced Persons Foundation (BERWO) and charged them to imbibe the core values of the project geared on empathy and integrity.

“We commissioned important projects today – box-culvert/erosion control and hand pump borehole at Okoffia community.

“Hand pump borehole at Amebiaumunwagu community, completed and equipped health center at Ochufugba Ikwuato Idembia community,” Nwifuru said.

In her remarks, Mrs Euphemia Nwali, promised that the council area would partner BERWO to uphold social justice, equity, economic emancipation, and humanitarian support.

The Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, Mr Emmanuel Offia-Nwali, stated that it would support in enrollment of 300 women for better health care service.

Offia-Nwali described the project as a life serving initiative which would be monitored and sustained.

Mrs Lilian Nwankwo, Chairperson, Secondary Education Board applauded the initiative and promised to sustain the objectives and aim of the project.

According to him, Mr Kenneth Ugbala, Former Secretary to the State Government, described the initiative as critical to enhance quality healthcare delivery and accessible for all residents.

Another stakeholder of the area and Commissioner for Grant and Donor Agency, Mr Solomon Azi, called on international agencies to support the laudable project.

The Agency reports that the event featured inauguration of projects, BERWO committee and conferment of chieftaincy title on Mrs Nwifuru as Ugegbe 1 of Ezza-south LGA.

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