Thursday, 16 July 2015

Ozurigbo moves to build house for constituent.

Succor may have finally come the way of Mr. Isuemenyi Kingsley whose father’s house collapsed a few weeks ago.

Mr. Isuemenyi had two weeks ago updated his profile with pictures of a partly collapsed building that he claimed was his father’s and the only abode for his family.

Mr. Isuemenyi had cried and begged friends and well wishers to help him as his family had become houseless and were only being sheltered by a good hearted relative.
Mr. Kingsley’s plea did not go down well with many as there were misconceptions and comments to the effect some going ahead to say he was trying to plot a scam.

But as God would have it the said pictures reached the office of the Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Ugonna Ozurigbo, who felt sad at the young man situation and decided that he could not leave a member of his constituency so stranded.
A source revealed that the Deputy Speaker came across the pictures on the popular social media platform, facebook, and felt so dejected that he instantly told someone around him that he was surely going to do something about it.

Not wanting to create any publicity, the Rt. Hon. Ozurigbo stealthily visited the home of Mr. Kingsley to see for himself what had actually happened.

It was a very emotional moment as the Deputy Speaker met Mr. Kingsley with his wife and aged parents and being the good hearted lawmaker that he is, he pledged to build a suitable home for the family.

It will be recalled that sometime in 2012 the Deputy Speaker then Chief Whip at the Imo House of Assembly helped the Mr. Isuemenyi set a business that would help put food on the table for his family.

Meanwhile Mr. Kingsley has gone to his official facebook page to sing the praises of Rt. Hon Ugonna saying that his mockers will be the announcers of his success adding that he was so happy to have been blessed by the lawmaker and asking God to bless the Deputy Speaker and his family.

As at press time Dike Philip Blog can confirm that several building blocks and sands has been dumped at Isuemenyi Kingsley's compound, hence bricklayers and labourers will commence the actual work tomorrow with the site contractor.

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