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Erosion Menace: Ekwunife Calls FG Urgent Intervention On Anambra Death Trap



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By Ebere Suzy Okoye

House Member representing Anaocha/Dunukofia/Njikoka federal constituency, Mrs. Ekwunife has called for urgent intervention of the federal government in the Oko and Nanka erosion sites all in Orumba North council area of Anambra state.

Mrs. Ekwunife while inspecting the erosion sites during one of her visits to the areas lamented that the current situation posed great danger to lives and property of the people of the area and insisted that only a competent contractor in the class of Julius Berger has the technical ability to tackle the erosion menace.

She also called on the federal government to urgently intervene in the deteriorating condition of the erosion sites which she said were included in the erosion active sites in the country and also pleaded for the federal government to immediately tackle the erosion menace.

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On the 2015 general elections, the lawmaker said the country would have no alternative to President Goodluck Jonathan on the ground that Mr. President had through his transformation agenda touched all sectors of the country.

Mrs. Ekwunife also said that Ndigbo and indeed Nigerians would vote President Jonathan into office again in 2015 because of his developmental agenda which she held has transformed the country.

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