Investing in education and providing 21st century skills for students are fundamental components to societal growth and prosperity. These were the words of American business executive, Craig Barret.
Predicated on the above, it was indeed unsurprising to witness the Chairman Senate committee on Science, Technology and Innovation, Senator Uche Ekwunife PhD in her tireless effort to add value to humanity and make the people feel the impact of her representation, deliver over 100 pieces of Zpad tablets to support the learning needs of students at the Federal College of Education Technical Umunze, a prominent tertiary institution in Anambra state.
The event which took place last year can best be described as a microcosm of Senator Ekwunife’s encompassing approach to governance and passion for human capital development, of which construction of several blocks of classrooms in many public primary and secondary schools, delivery of educational materials to over 130 public and private schools in the state and other interventions in the educational sector by Ekwunife further elucidates the impact the grassroots friendly lawmaker is committed to making in the sector.
Unequivocally, the impact of Ekwunife’s representation are indeed far-reaching, encompassing all facets of development including, infrastructure, health, social welfare, poverty alleviation, youth and women empowerment, community development amongst others. This is because the innovation-driven lawmaker has through her deeds broadened the scope of legislative representation and redefined public service delivery.
Moving forward, as Senator Ekwunife continues to put the people first, through her numerous live-changing projects and programmes, it calls for continued support for her and all she represents. The words, “I will be fair, just and empathetic in governance” credited to the quintessential lawmaker when juxtaposed with the quality, approach and effectiveness of her representation affirm that the distinguished Senator’s words are truly her bond.