The people of Ezeleke, Umuopara, in Umuahia South Local Government Area have extolled the Member Representing them in the Abia State House of Assembly, Hon. Jerry Uzosike for his quality representation.
Hon.Uzosike through his charity organization known as Ogechi Cares has determined to ensure that his administration will work hard to give shelter to indegent people in his constituency by building a 3bedroom bungalow for them..
Performing the ground breaking ceremony today for an indigent old man and a native of Umuopara the traditional ruler of the community, Eze G.C Ibeakanma, Ezeukwu 1 of Ezeleke. described Hon. Uzosike’s representation of the constituency as unique and commendable.
The lawmaker, who is also the Grand Commander of Ogechi Cares Organization said it’s a non-governmental organization established to reachout to his constituents adding that they have embarked on several humanitarian projects across his constitutency which housing project is paramount in all.
Hon. Uzosike, while speaking with newsmen disclosed that the organization is sponsored by various members and stakeholders of the organization across the country and beyond noting that they are targeting 10 building projects across his constitutency before completing his tenure.
Also speaking, the Commander, Ogechi Cares organization, Central Africa chapter and one of the sponsors of the projects, Mr. Ikechukwu Iheuwa, said he was led to support the vision behind the organization’s project because of love for his people stating that he never believe that a State lawmaker could embark on such humanitarian and capital intensive projects.
Meanwhile, a former lawmaker from Umuahia South, Hon. Max Ndukwe Adindu, lauded Hon. Uzosike for the gesture and urged him to keep on the good works.
Also, the beneficiary, Mr. Dickson Nwosu expressed delight and gratitude to God for using Hon. Uzosike to relieve his major burden and prayed God to bless him and every member of the Ogechi Cares organization.
A major highlight of event is the donation of 10bags of rice to the women of Ezeleke Community by Mr. Iheuwa.