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Panthers Sports Club, Nnewi, endorses Senator Ifeanyi Ubah for 2nd tenure

As Senator Ubah reaffirms will to protect the interests of traders


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The Senator representing Anambra South and Candidate of the Young Progressives Party (YPP) for the 2023 Anambra South Senatorial Election Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah on Monday, reassured traders especially those that either do their businesses within the Senatorial District or hail from the area that he will leave no stone unturned in protecting, supporting and  promoting their interests.

Senator Ubah made the remarks when he hosted leaders and members of Panthers Sports Club, Nnewi, at his Umuanuka Otolo Nnewi residence.

According to him, traders contribute immensely to the economic development of every nation, and it is necessary for constituted authorities to give them adequate support.

Senator Ubah who was flanked by the Director-General of Ifeanyi Ubah Foundation Chief Vin Onyeka also maintained that every representation or administration should be business oriented and that fortunately, he has vast experience in business which always serve as a guide to him while sponsoring Bills or moving Motions to protect the interests of various traders.

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The Anambra South Senator further commended members of the Club for their continuous support and informed them that apart from sponsoring Bills and moving Motions that will protect their interests, his office partnered with relevant authorities to facilitate programmes and projects that will go a long way in boosting business activities in the Senatorial District.

He also informed the visitors that the execution of the next phase of programmes and projects will soon commence following the signing of the 2023 Appropriation Bill by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“I don’t know what I have done to deserve this honour,I know that about thirty percent of opinion moulders in Nnewi are in my house today to declare support for the son of a  poor teacher,” an overwhelmed Senator Ubah said.

Also speaking, the Director-General of Ifeanyi Ubah Foundation Chief Vin Onyeka, welcomed the visitors and appreciated them for their unalloyed support for Senator Ubah.

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Chief Onyeka also urged the Club members to consolidate their support for the Senator by mobilizing their friends to vote massively for YPP in 2023 National Assembly and State Assembly elections, and reassured them that they will never regret the sacrifices they made to support the Senator.

Responding on behalf of the leaders and members of the Club, the Club’s President Chief Calistus Oraegbu (Nnabuenyi Umuoji) told the Senator that they were at his residence to appreciate him for representing the people of Anambra South especially traders adequately at the Red Chamber, and to declare their total support for his ambition.

Chief Oraegbu further told the Senator to always count on them and prayed for more divine wisdom and grace upon him.

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Other highlight of the event which was also attended by the Club’s Vice President Chief Lawrence Obimdike, Secretary Mr Patrick Ojiuba, Financial Secretary Mr Ikenna Ezeugwunne, Treasurer Mr Chukwudi Onwuasoizu, Pioneer President Chief Charles Obi, immediate past President Chief Emmanuel Akunne and all executive members include presentation of a Ram to Senator Ubah by the Club members.

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