The Minority Whip/member representing Arochukwu State Constituency, Abia House of Assembly, Hon. Dr. Mike Ukoha, has commenced inspection on the ongoing borehole project he personally financed for the people of Ihechiowa Community in Arochukwu Local Government Area.
Speaking while inspecting the almost completed project, at the Atan Ihechiowa Community Village Square, Hon. Ukoha, expressed satisfaction with the level of work done, explaining that the project was part of his people’s oriented program for the various clans in his constituency.
He called on the people of Ihechiowa to ensure they protect the facility in their area, stressing that such will motivate him to do more for them.
Contributing, an indigene of the area, Mr Kalu Ejitu, thanked the lawmakers, for providing dividends of democracy to them and prayed God to continue to reward him.
According to Ejitu, the water project would go a long way in curbing some of the health risks they face while they drink unclean water, which comes as a result of the inability to get a good water supply.
He appreciated the Lawmaker, promising that the community would make good use of the project.
Also speaking, the contractor of the project, Mr Goodluck Willy, expressed readiness that his company Father Goodluck Engr. Company Limited will complete the project on the scheduled date.
Recall that people of the area have been faced with the challenge of portable water supply.
They depend on streams and other natural sources which at times dry up during the Dry Season, leaving them with the difficulty of accessing good drinking water.
Recall that the member representing the Arochukwu state constituency in the Abia State House of Assembly Mike Ukoha had commended Pastor Oji and his wife for embarking on a road project quietly.
The one-kilometre road in Agbagwu village links the Arochukwu/Ohafia federal road to the old Ministry of Works and Housing garage.