Sen Orji Calls for More Support for Buhari led Government, Doles Out Wrappers/Bags of Rice to OUK/Reality Org Members

Sen Orji Calls for More Support for Buhari led Government, Doles Out Wrappers/Bags of Rice to OUK/Reality Org Members 
Senate Chief Whip, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu is urging Igbos to learn how to trust President Muhammadu Buhari, assuring that he would do more projects for Igbos irrespective of critics.
Orji stated this while addressing supporters of OUK movement and reality organization at Camp Neya in Igbere, Bende LGA of Abia State.
The Senate Chief Whip who maintained that the President might surprise Igbos with the position of the Nigeria President, as a disciplined leader, noted that the President is doing well with the financing of the second Niger bridge, which is taking billions of naira. 
According to him, President Buhari led government has done 100 percent budget implementation more than previous federal governments and reminded Igbos that something good might come out from Egypt.
Orji who was overwhelmed with joy with the mamood crowd, told the gathering that he has done across constituency projects. He boosted that no other law maker in Abia state has done massive projects like him and announced that Isialangwa north and south have benefited from his projects. He disclosed that two roads in Ariaria will benefit from the projects he attracted l approved  in the 2022 budget.
While canvasing for the unity of Nigeria, Orji urged people to build mind of unity and peace.
According to him, the inner family members of OUK movement and reality organization would determine those that will occupy various positions in Abia State and federal levels come 2023. 
His words “teachers were receiving salaries, while school fees were free and wondered why people have forgeten what he did as governor”. 
He charged OUK movement and reality organization members to attract more supporters to the various organizations and informed that the awareness meeting will come within the year,. 2023. To this end, the Chief Whip encouraged people to visit INEC to register and  collect their permanent voters card to take part in the next general election. 
He also asked Abians to condemn any form of  artificial candidacy. 
The spokesperson of the federal house of representatives, Hon Benjamin Kalu said Orji Uzor Kalu went to Senate with the heart full of bravery and has done massive projects. Benjamin noted that Abia North people are feeling the impact of Orji Uzor Kalu representation and described him as a exceptional leadership.
He posited that a new dawn is coming and the new dawn will be led by an astute leader, adding that Abia state would enjoy more infrastructural development from the 2023 budget courtesy of senator Orji Uzor Kalu.
He stated that no other leader has done massively what senator Orji Uzor Kalu has done for Abia North and Abia State in general.
Former speaker of Abia state house of assembly, Prince Arua Arunsi urged OUK movement and reality organization members to remain loyal with APC.
Contributing, Hon Nnanna Kalu and Dan Okeke described Abia North as a project site, hence they have benefited from the project site and believed that God will help them realize their dream come 2023.
Dr Chidia Maduekwe pledged to remain resolute to the project 2023 of OUK movement and reality organization.
The leader of reality organization, world wide, Chief Mrs Eunice Uzor Kalu was present during the meeting.

               Chief Mrs Eunice Uzor Kalu

Earlier, the chairman of OUK movement, Engr Ndukwe Orji Agu, said what will happen in Abia state soon must have the contribution of their political organization.
He added that grassroot politics will determine where the next leader and next Abia State government will emanate from. 
Meanwhile, highpoint of the gathering was the distribution of customized OUK and Reality organization wrappers to ward and local government members, including bags of rice.

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