AUTHORITY ICON : Hon Bede Uchenna Eke

February 19th, 2018

Hon Bede Uchenna Eke became the youngest member of the Imo State House of Assembly, when he was sworn in at the age of 31, as the member representing Ngor Okpala State Constituency in 2003.

With the young blood in him, Hon. Ekeh pursuedA�A�a vigorous task of bringing the dividend of democracy to his people, until he finished his second term at the Imo State House of Assembly, in 2011,A�A�a feature which won him an automatic ticket from his people of Ngor Okpala /Aboh Mbaise Federal Constituency to come to the House of Representatives in 2015.

He currently serves as the Deputy Chairman, House of RepresentativesA�Committee on Constituency Outreach and Chairman of the Ad-hocA�Committee on Deforestation. He is also a member of various House standing Committees includingA�Works, Education and Administration, Foreign Affairs, FERMA, Sports, Health Services and Maritime Safety.

Hon. Bede Eke is a humble, bold and intelligent and people oriented politician who believes in the power of the people. A philanthropist who lovesA�God and believes in the project of his immediate Constituency,

Among the numerous projects he has executed, using both his personal efforts and Constituency Development fund include grading of rural roads in most parts of his Constituency, Provision of skill acquisition centres to ensure that people of Ngor Okpala/ Aboh Mbaise Federal Constituency are well equipped and empowered trainees withA�A�cash and skills for self employment, as well as rebuilding of markets to empower his people economically.

As a great lover of education, Hon. Bede Ekeh has in addition to providing many scholarship platforms to train young and indigent students in his Constituency, taken a giant stride in providing education to his people with his self imposing task of renovating many primary and secondary schools in his Constituency, as well as attracting a Technical School to the people Nnorie Community in Ngor Okpala Local Government Area, which has reduced the stress of pupils travelling far to attain secondary and technical education .

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