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Igwe-elect provides free water for Uruana Umueze Amawbia



THE perennial water scarcity hitherto confronting the residents of Uruana Umueze quarters of Amawbia in Awka Capital Territory, has finally abated with the provision of free water supply to the people by the Okpalaigwe-elect of Amawbia, Ozo Chinyelu Nworah Molokwu, to ameliorate the painful situation.

    Ozo Molokwu single-handedly provided a gigantic borehole and also sponsored the reticulation of water to over 35 households in the area for regular water supply from the borehole.

    The monarch designate had recently distributed assorted packages of palliatives to the people to cushion the harsh economic effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.

    He thanked Governor Willie Obiano for his humanitarian gestures of distributing 600 bags of rice to each of the 181 communities in the 21 local government areas in the state as well as taking drastic proactive measures to prevent the outbreak of the scourge in the state.

    He further commended other indigenes of the town including the national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief VictorIke Oye, and the member, representing Awka II Constituency in the state Assembly, Nwanayoeze Pius Okoye, for donating various packages of economic stimulus comprising foodstuffs and other essential commodities to help alleviate the suffering of the people.

    Commenting on the relaxation of the lockdown order by the state government, Ozo Molokwu lauded the governor for the reviewing the COVID-19 restriction rules which enabled the predominantly business inclined residents of the state to resume normal daily transactions to make ends meet, but however, quickly added that the lifting of the embargo did not mean complete end of the scourge.

   Ozo Molokwu emphatically admonished the public to continue to observe the preventive measures to avoid contracting the deadly disease to avert the tragic consequences of its outbreak.

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