Bishop Of Aba Catholic Diocese Visits Nkechi Ikpeazu Primary Healthcare Centre, Lauds Hon. Ginger Onwusibe’s Leadership Vision

In what has been variously described as a symbolic stamp of credence that further underscores the cross-border popularity of Hon. Ginger Onwusibe (Abia State House of Assembly member representing Isiala Ngwa North Constituency), the Bishop of Aba Catholic Diocese, His Lordship, Most Reverend Professor Augustine Echema has paid a visit to the Nkechi Ikpeazu Primary Healthcare Centre built by Hon. Onwusibe and donated to the people of Umuoha community in Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area.

The Bishop’s visit is seen as very significant being that Hon. Ginger Onwusibe is not of the Catholic faith but a devoted member and Knight of The First African Church.

Describing the ultra-modern Primary Healthcare Centre as an oasis of hope in a community that has never had such a facility, Bishop Echema commended Hon. Ginger Onwusibe’s foresight and commitment to delivering unique dividends of effective leadership that meets the essential needs of his people.

According to the highly revered Bishop, “I am here to dedicate this healthcare facility to God, and encourage Hon. Ginger Onwusibe him to sustain the tempo of his good works for which he has earned massive respect and admiration across divides. Today, to the glory of God and to the credit of Ginger Onwusibe’s leadership vision, we are celebrating a well-equipped and well-staffed Nkechi Ikpeazu Primary Healthcare Centre. I am aware of many other community development projects established by Hon. Ginger Onwusibe. His name resonates across boundaries as a result of his good examples of credible leadership. Remarkably, he is only a law maker at the state level. If he has done so much at this level, it can be imagined what he would do if he occupies higher positions of service at the federal or state levels.”

Addressing the Bishop and his entourage after their inspection of the Primary Healthcare Centre, Hon. Ginger Onwusibe thanked him immensely for the rare episcopal honour and blessing of his visit, and assured that, by the special Grace of God, he would continue to serve his people with renewed commitment to achieving greater results. Hon. Onwusibe said that in line with his political mantra of ‘suffer don do’, he would continue to lift individuals out of poverty through functional empowerment schemes, and transform communities to higher standards of living by delivering projects that stimulate socio-economic growth.

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