by crossriverwatch admin
Members of Re-Build Nigeria Initiative on Sunday 24th August 2014 held a thanks giving service in honor of Senate Leader, Victor Ndoma-Egba, at the Church of God Mission International, Ugep branch, Yakurr Local Government Council, Cross River State.
The head pastor of the church, Reverend Anthony Eshiet, in his sermon commended the group and urged them to remain steadfast in their endeavors.
Reverend Anthony maintained that “When God is at work all impossible things will be shaken, nothing is impossible for God”.
Addressing the congregation, the state coordinator of the group, Mr. Castro Ezama said his group is grateful to God almighty for using the senate leader as an instrument of change in the country, state and central senatorial district of the state which he represents in the Senate.
Mr. Castro described the senate leader as a simple, easy, approachable and detribalized lawmaker whose door is open to all and sundry.
He listed some of the achievements of the Senator Ndoma Egba to include sponsoring 24 bills since the inception of the 7th senate from June 2011 to July 2013, awarding scholarships to over 600 graduates from his senatorial district, his computer literacy program has close to 6000 graduates and the senator has in three years carried out seven empowerment programs.
The group however gave the church an undisclosed sum of money and pledged to provide the church with 50 bags of cement to build their fence.
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