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Rep Ogah Moves Motion To Control Destructive Erosions In Abia Communities

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Rep Ogah Moves Motion To Control Destructive Erosions In Abia Communities

Rep. Ogah has proposed a motion to regulate the destructive erosions that are affecting various communities in Abia.

Honorable Amobi Ogah, the Chairman of the House Committee on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Control, has taken action to address the severe erosion problem in certain communities within Abia State.

During the plenary session of the green chamber on Thursday, May 16th, 2024, Honorable Ogah presented a motion regarding the urgent need to control the devastating erosion menace.

In a video captured by a correspondent from News Leaks Agency , Chief Ogah, who represents the people of Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency, specifically highlighted the 2.8km Umuokogbuo, Uporoto to Ahonta road in Eluama, Isuikwuato Local Government Area, as well as the Orie Ngodo road leading to Evangel Secondary School road in Obinulo Ngodo Isuochi road, Umunneochi Local Government Area of Abia State.

Hon Ogah informed the house of the effects on erosion on these communities and how it has posed a great threats to their health, pattern of living and disrupts them from accessing other neighboring communities.

Ogah noted that, the erosion has caused some negative technical and social economic effects in the activities of the indigenous people of the affected areas.

The erosion has also cut off the affected communities from other sisters communities, at such, has made live more difficult and unbearable especially to the aged parents who can’t easily access the primary health care center within the affected areas.

After presenting his motion to the house, the Deputy Speaker, Rt Hon Benjamin Kalu who was the presiding officer during the plenary session mandated the committee on ecological funds to utilize the ecological funds to effect the control of the erosion as presented by Hon Ogah.

The house through the deputy speaker also urged the federal ministry of environment to come in and control the 2.8km erosion menace after the house had voted in favour of the motion as moved by Hon Amobi Ogah.

Amobi Ogah Moves Motion To Control Devastating Erosions In Umuokogbuo-Eluama And Orie Ngodo in Abia State

The Chairman, House Committee on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Control, Hon Amobi Ogah, has moved a motion to control the devastating erosion menace in some communities in Abia State.

The motion was moved during the green chamber’s plenary session on Thursday, 16th May, 2024.

In a video sighted by News Leaks Agency correspondent, the honorable member representing the people of Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency, Chief Ogah moved the motion on the need to control the devastating erosion menace on the 2.8km Umuokogbuo, Uporoto to Ahonta road, Eluama in Isuikwuato Local Government Area and Orie Ngodo road to evangel secondary school road in Obinulo Ngodo Isuochi road in Umunneochi Local Government Area of Abia State respectively.

Hon Ogah informed the house of the effects on erosion on these communities and how it has posed a great threats to their health, pattern of living and disrupts them from accessing other neighboring communities.

Erosion, which is the process or act of wearing away or removal of soil, rock, or other materials by natural forces like water, wind, or ice has eaten deep into the aforementioned communities and a quick intervention is needed to control and combat this menace before it causes more damages to the communities.

Ogah noted that, the erosion has caused some negative technical and social economic effects in the activities of the indigenous people of the affected areas.

The erosion has resulted in the isolation of the impacted communities from neighboring communities, making life more challenging and unbearable, particularly for elderly parents who struggle to access the primary health care facility in the affected areas.

Following the presentation of his motion in the house, the Deputy Speaker, Rt Hon Benjamin Kalu, who chaired the plenary session, directed the committee on ecological funds to use the funds to address the erosion issue raised by Hon Ogah.

The house, under the guidance of the deputy speaker, called upon the federal ministry of environment to intervene and address the 2.8km erosion threat after voting in favor of Hon Amobi Ogah’s motion.

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