Anambra lawmaker empowers constituents with vehicles, machines
In continuation of his over 15 years of charity works that predates his entry into politics, which has benefitted over 1,500 constituents cut across political party lines, the member representing Njikoka/Dunukofia/Anaocha Federal Constituency of Anambra State in the National Assembly, Chief Dozie Nwankwo (Onye Ndozi), has presented vehicles to all the chairmen, women leaders and youth leaders of the three council areas under the constituency- Njikoka, Dunukofia and Anaocha, while also empowering ward chairmen, secretaries and youth leaders, party functionaries and even non-members of his party for their unflinching support, mobilisation and prayers.
Nwankwo, in his brief remark, noted that the annual presentation, through the Ferdinand Dozie Nwankwo Foundation, was in fulfillment of his personal vow to God to give back to society and carry everyone along in his life and success.
The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) lawmaker clarified that none of the items came from any direct or indirect government funding, but the exercise was in continuation of his over 15 years empowerment programme.
Among the items distributed to the lucky supporters were vehicles, generating sets, sewing machines, grinding machines, bags of rice and cash gifts.
Nwankwo, who is seeking re-election in next year’s general elections, charged the beneficiaries to be magnanimous, he assured those who did not receive any item during the ceremony that would benefit in due course.
Senator Victor Umeh (Anambra Central), who witnessed the presentation, commended Nwankwo’s large heart, describing him as an embodiment of what a representative should be.
He urged continued support for the lawmaker, APGA and their good works to ensure the state remains a shinning example for others nationwide.