Ferdinand Dozie Nwankwo, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate for the Federal House of Representatives for the Njikoka/Dunukofia/Anaocha seat in the Feb 2015 general elections is seen here distributing free exercise books to primary and secondary school children at Ukwulu and Nawgu communities in Dunukofia LGA respectively during his wards campaign tours yesterday Case of investing in human resource, one might say.

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At Nawgu, he announced he’s bringing the foreign medical team into the country for his popular annual free medical mission immediately after the coming February 2015 general elections. This programme which enjoys a prominent position in the yearly calendar of all the appreciative communities within Anaocha, Njikoka and Dunukofia councils has lasted for more than 20 years now. And has covered general medicine, surgery, ophthalmology/ophthalmic surgery, lenses, ENT, dental surgery, and has also given out thousands of insecticide-treated nets to the people.

He has over the years given out scholarships, Keke, commuter buses, barring/hair dressing salon equipment, youth/women empowerment tools, micro credit, etc

He has assured the people that he would do all these in a larger scale, when elected in the next month’s elections.

Wherever his long convoy of about 68 vehicles drove through last night, he was met with joy, love and great enthusiasm. The people sang, danced and openly voiced their love and support to him. At times they block the motor way to enable them touch and embrace this young philanthropist. It was such an electrifying moment that some simply turned round and joined his convoy out of happiness.


Source: Chuks Collins

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