Group Urges Buhari To Sign The FUATA Bill

A pan-Ndokwa social-political group, the Organisation for Ndokwa Unity has called on President Buhari to sign the Federal University of Agriculture and Technology, Aboh (FUATA), in Ndowa East area of Delta State bill.

It said the lawmakers played key roles in passing the Bill for the establishment of the Federal University of Agriculture and Technology, Aboh (FUATA), in Ndowa East area of Delta State, which has been transmitted to President Muhammadu Buhari for assent.

In a statement signed by Onotu Henry Okechukwu, the group noted that Omo-Agege has helped give a sense of belonging for the people of the oil-rich Ndokwa land.

The Group said:

“FUATA will be the greatest legacy of the current administration and dream come through for Ndokwa people,”

“Our commendation won’t be complete if the efforts of Senator Nwaoboshi, who is representing Delta North Senatorial District.

“He has done exceedingly well for us without which the bill for the establishment of FUATA wouldn’t have seen the light of day.

“We acknowledge several challenges the proponents of the bill face by the forces of politics with bitterness who had attempted to once again sabotage the beautiful efforts of our transformational senators.

“Posterity shall kind to Omo-Agege, Nwaoboshi and all well-meaning Ndokwa sons and daughter who have contributed on one way other to push the bill on the desk of the President for assent.

“We thank the ninth Senate for its steadfastness and efforts to re-write the ugly narratives of Ndokwa people.”

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