The MD/CEO Pauli Mama Group, Chief Amobi Ogah has congratulated the people of Isuikwuato/Umunneochi federal constituency as Christians globally celebrate Christmas, a festivity to mark the birth of Jesus Christ.

Chief Amobi (Agu Neche Ibe 1) says the occasion is an opportunity to spread love around one’s neighbourhood which Christ stood for.

In a Christmas message on Saturday, Chief Amobi, an oil and gas expert congratulated the people of the constituency for another opportunity to celebrate Christmas, saying it is a product of God’s grace despite challenges the country and the state have in recent times faced.

The APC stalwart while assuring the people that he is deeply concerned about their welfare and development stated that there is a better deal for them ahead despite the challenges of the present day.

He urged them to keep faith with God through whom all good things come from, stating that the future is bright for them.

Chief Amobi urged the people of the constituency to celebrate in moderation and be peaceful in all they do.

Recall that the philanthropist had earlier in the week rolled out Christmas gifts for widows in the federal constituency as part of measures to give them sense of inclusion this season.

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Chief Amobi told ABN TV that the gesture is an outreach which takes place every 24th of December.

He notes that it is a covenant he made with God to touch the lives of widows, having come from a polygamous background where he said the family was not financially stable.

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He expressed gratitude to God for opportunity to share with others what he has, assuring that the annual outreach which has ran for over ten years will continue as far as God gives him opportunity.

Barring a last-minute arrangement, Chief Amobi Ogah was persuaded to step down for Hon. Nkeiru Onyejeocha in the 2019 general election, the incumbent House of Representatives member for the constituency.

The decision followed Onyejeocha’s last-minute defection from her dwindling PDP to APC, where Chief Amobi almost held swear as the sole candidate.

Analysts believe that Onyejeocha’s defection to APC then followed a glaring defeat that awaited her at the polls.

Pundits believe that as the 2023 election draws nearer, Onyejeocha may be on her way to political retirement when she would be spending 16 years at the National Assembly.

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