Hon Jerome Eke

Chief Jerome Amadi Eke has continued to push for infrastructural development of Etche since he was returned to the National Assembly on the 25th February, 2017.

Hon. Eke represents the people of Etche/Omuma Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives.

His actions in the green chambers has proven that the people of Etche made no mistake in their choice of him.

Since his return to the green chambers he has moved about four motions seeking for infrastructural development of Etche ethnic Nation. The recent motion which he moved yesterday was the motion for the urgent rehabilitation of the Umukelebulu – Umueze – Ogwe Road which is a gate way to Abia State from Rivers State through Omuma LGA of Rivers State.

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Hon. Jerome lamented on the deplorable condition of the road which he said has hindered vehicular movement on the road and made it a safe heaven for criminals as they operate with ease.

The house of reps member highlighted the economic importance of the road if rehabilitated as the road is a short cut to the popular Ariaria Main Market in Aba Abia State and Ogwe market. Hon. Eke noted that the road will help to improve commercial activities in the area and also the standard of living of the people.

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Hon. Eke therefore urge the house to mandate the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs (MNDA) and the Niger Delta Development Commission ( NDDC) to urgently ensure that rehabilitation work is commenced on the road.

The house having considered the importance of the motion being a motion on infrastructural development gave their support to the motion which incidentally has passed the first reading.

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