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Mid-Term Report: Urhobo monarchs commend Waive for effective representation

Akpos Oghenetega,

 

Monarchs from Ughelli North, South and Udu Local Government Area in Delta State have commended Hon. Francis Ejiroghene Waive, member representing the  Ughelli North,  Ughelli South and Udu federal constituency in the House of Representatives for effective and quality representation.

The Monarchs gave the commendation at the palace of the Ohworode of Olomu Kingdom, in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta state, when the Lawmaker came to brief the Urhobo kings from 14 kingdoms and their President-Generals, on his two years in office at the National Assembly.

Speaking on the behalf of the Monarchs, the Ovie of Ughelli Kingdom, HRM Dr Wilson Ojakovo Oharisi III, while commending Hon. Waive, said, “We want to commend you for the type of quality representation you are giving to our people.

Hon Francis Waive flanked by Urhobo kings as he gives midterm report

 

“We have not seen this type of quality representation over the years, and we are appealing that you double your efforts at the National Assembly, because, if you had not done this, you would not have been able to bring us together to give your account stewardship on your mid-term.

Earlier, Hon. Waive while giving his mid-term stewardship account said, ” June 11, 2021, will be my second Anniversary at the National Assembly and I have come to thank our kings, President-Generals, elders, women and youths of the 14 kingdoms that I am representing for their continued support and prayers for me in the last two years.

“Though it has not been easy for me because I had over 16 court cases, I am grateful that the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has been so supportive, now I can heave a sigh of relief.

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“My representation has been different because I am not always sitting at Abuja only, but regularly come home to interact with my people in order to know their pains and needs, and their reception has been very encouraging and wonderful.

“So far, we have gotten light restored in over 14 communities that are off the National grid for the past 10 years, and we are going to ensure that before my tenure ends, all Communities in my constituency are connected to the National grid.

“We have donated over 12 transformers and install street lights to a number of communities. We have also facilitated the enlistment of my constituents into the Security Force and many more. And for the next two years, we will be concentrating on the Wards in my constituency in order to bring the dividends of Democracy to the grassroots”.

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