Ifeanyi Ubah reiterates commitment towards community development as 2020 Nnewi diocesan synod holds


The Senator representing Anambra South and National Leader of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), Dr. Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah on Sunday, September 13 reassured the public that he will continue to provide necessary support that will sustain community development irrespective of citizens religious differences.

Senator Ubah made the reassurance while giving brief remarks at the 2020 Nnewi Diocesan Synod which held at Cathedral Church of St. Mary, Uruagu Nnewi.

Thanking the Nnewi Anglican Bishop, His Lordship Rt. Rev. Ndubuisi Obi for his uncommon achievements within a short period of service in the Lord’s Vineyard, Senator Ubah informed the gathering that promotion of community development should be a task for all regardless of the religious denomination one belongs to.

He further said that he had been providing huge support for various churches including those within the Anglican Communion and promised to do more.

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He also told the gathering that with the support of prominent citizens under the umbrella of Anambra Progressives, a group he convenes, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi can now boast of an ultra modern medical and isolation center commissioned yesterday at the Hospital’s permanent site in Nnewi-Oraifite by the Chief Executive Officer of Ibeto Group, Chief Dr. Cletus Ibeto (CON).

Senator Ubah further informed them that another ultramodern medical and isolation center being championed by same Progressives in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka will be ready in few weeks for commissioning.

The Senator also announced a donation of two million naira to the Diocese and a brand new Prado Jeep to support the Bishop’s service in the Lord’s Vineyard.

The Synod which was well attended by various organs of the Diocese is a special council of members of the Church, which meets annually to discuss religious and administrative matters of the Diocese.

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