Umuahia – A member of the Abia Houseof Assembly, Chief Jerry Uzosike, representing Umuahia South Constituency, on Thursday inaugurated three projects he executed in his area.
The projects were the two water boreholes constructed at Apumiri, the headquarters of Umuahia South Local Government Area and Ahia-Ukwu, Olokoro, as well as the renovation of Ehume Community Primary School built in 2004.
Speaking during the event, Uzosike said that he was full of joy that he could execute the three projects within his one year in office with his personal resources.
In appreciation of the lawmaker’s gesture to the Ehume community, the Traditional Ruler of Omaegwu Ancient Kingdom, Eze Chukuedozie Nwosu, honoured him with the title of “High Chief Ogbuhere Uzo 1” of Omaegwu, Ehume.
Prominent people from the area, including the Transition Committee Chairman of the council, Chief Ndukwe Adindu, attended the ceremony.
Others present were former Secretary to the State Government, Chief Lawrence Nwosu, and Leader, Umuahia South Political Caucus, Emeka Inyama.