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Sen Ifeanyi Ubah: Ekwu eme ndi Igbo

By Ugochukwu 'Thanos' Ifeanyi

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We have grown accustomed to hearing audio plans from men in positions of power, even audio achievements when there is clearly nothing to show for it eg. the claim of Ugu exportation by a State Governor in return for revenues in dollars.

Ebubechukwu Uzo has proven to all and sundry that he is dependable, trustworthy, a visionary, futuristic and a worthy leader as he alongside his friends will be commissioning the only world-class medical facility in the South Eastern part of Nigeria in Nnewi tomorrow, even as others are still under construction

Many might ask how can I arrive at such conclusion, to them I say these:

1. Dependable: It is not a secret that the rich and powerful don’t part with their riches at the asking. It takes a whole lot to get them to part with #1m minimum, even though it is nothing to a billionaire, he still knows how to turn that #1m into #100m and thus, every kobo means the world to them. For them to part with such amount for the vision of Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah is humongous and indicative of the unique nature of Ebubechukwu Uzo

2. Trustworthy: Trust is the costliest and rarest commodity on this planet especially amongst human beings. Trust is the foundation of any meaningful thing in this life be it family, relationship even here, we trust social media to deliver our views and stands on issues as they are, hence why we use them, if not, we won’t. Trust or lack of it was why NITEL and NIPOST fell in Nigeria so for over 300 millionaires and billionaires to invest in the dreams of Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah, it reeks of utmost trust in his persona and ability to deliver on his promises and make his dreams come to pass

3. Futuristic: The medical isolation centers are designed and equipped to handle all pandemic or epidemic that will occur in future and also serve as a medical facility in the absence of such. It is a known fact that the world suffers at least ONE epidemic or pandemic every 2yrs since 2010 so the vision of Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah to put up a world class edifice, capable of running tests and handling epidemics and running as a medical entity is simply genius and shows an intelligent application of local resources to combating local challenges, which is the hallmark of a true progressive

4. A true Leader: A known workaholic, Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah led from the front, staking his name, pedigree and persona on the line to achieve this outstanding project. The amount of man hours and sleepless nights he put into these projects, show his dedication to live up to his promises and the expectations of the progressives who invested in his dream of helping improving the moribund health sector of Anambra State. Instead of barking orders, Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah conducts physical examinations of the projects as well as the supervision of all the ongoing projects.

While his colleagues in the red chambers are chilling at home watching Dorothy and Ozo, while his political counterparts like some Governors are busy flying abroad to enjoy themselves, Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah has been in Nnewi since last week, personally making such everything is done to perfection, whilst marrying other duties expected of him as a Husband, Boss, Onye Nnewi, Onye Igbo and the Senator representing the amazing people of Anambra State

As the medical center Akamili Umudim gets commissioned officially by the Anambra Progressives tomorrow, special thanks must go to Ebubechukwu Uzo, who not only conceived of such but put his sweat, blood and tears to bring it into fruition even when some myopic elements were publicly trying to distract him just as the Moabites attempted to distract the Israelites when they were rebuilding the walls of the Temple of Jerusalem

Sen Dr Ifeanyi Ubah is my brother in whom I am well pleased and proud of. He has done well and we must applaud him and his friends for this feat

Odogwu, I gosigo anyi Part 1, anyi na-echezi Part 2 and we hope it is coming soon!

©Ugochukwu ‘Thanos’ Ifeanyi
Media/Sports Consultant

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