Hon. Stanley Nwabuisi: Facts On His First Term Report Card

By RESEARCH BY DAILY SPORTS TEAM, Lagos on October 31, 2022

Truly, it is task and collective responsibility of all sons and daughters of Ikwuano Local Government Council residing in the four traditional clans of the local government who are eligible voters to cast their votes for Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi for more productivity and quality representation of our people in the Abia State House of Assembly come 2023 State Assembly election in the State.

This becomes imperative against the backdrop to ensure that he gets back to the House so as to become a ranking member where his voice and mouth would be heard and he would also be fully grounded to bring our due to us.

It is instructive to note here that there is wide gap existing between first timer legislatures and ranking ones and the best thing that would happen to Ikwuano State Constituency in 2023 is to solidly vote for Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi so that he will be home to home and dry where he will sure footed to fly our (Ikwuano people) flag highest in the next Abia State House of Assembly come 2023.

We in www.dailysportsng.ccom have never hidden our call on the good people of Ikwuano to vote right and vote for a viable candidate  who would further bring dividends of democracy and quality representation to the table for the good of the entire people of our constituency.

We cannot afford to start afresh rather by voting a first timer who would go there and start struggling with the system there, rather,  we have to wisely stick to Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi who has who has been there and conversant with the way things work out for good in the state assembly. Therefore it won’t be too much telling him to continue come 2023 for the good of Ikwuano people..

 For the records Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi hails from Nchara Akanu in Oloko clan of Ikwuano LGA, Abia State. He holds a B.MLS Degree in Medical Lab Science from Rivers State University of Science and Technology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management and an MBA. He Started his working career in the Banking sector with Platinum Bank Limited in 2002 where he spent 12 years and rose to very enviable heights. He left the Banking Industry in 2014 to embark on a Political journey.

He Served as The Senior Legislative Aide to Hon Sam Onuigbo in the Federal House of Representatives and was The National Youth Director for Kabiru Tanimu Turaki (SAN) Presidential Campaign Organization. In 2018, he contested for House of Assembly Seat of Ikwuano State Constituency under the platform of PDP and won it at the March 2019 General Elections. He is currently, The Member Representing Ikwuano State Constituency at the Abia State House of Assembly. He is also the House Committee Chairman on Health, Women Affairs and Social Development.

He has in more than three years legislation, erected boreholes, school buildings, etc plus executed a surplus or multiple social development projects like Skills Acquisition Training, Youth Empowerments and Multiple Social Development projects within his Constituency.

Find details below

1. Registration of two Agro based cooperative Societies for Ikwuano Women and Youths respectively

2. Training of 150 Ikwuano persons in Aqua Culture and Heli Culture

3. Organization of the 1st ever Miss Ikwuano beauty Pageant

4. Execution of three consecutive football leagues for Male and Female and still counting

5. Training of 125 women in various areas of vocational crafts.

6. Erection of Nchara Akanu - Oloko Water Borehole

7. Renovation of Ama'ba-Oboro Health Centre Borehole

8. Renovation of Oboni-Upa Health Centre Borehole - Usaka

9. Reconnection of Oboni-Upa -Usaka Health Centre to National Power Supply

10. Ongoing renovation of Ariam EluElu School Block

11. Ongoing renovation of Ihim -Ibere School Block

12. Renovation of Amizi water borehole - Oloko

13. Attraction of a brand new School Block at Azuiyi Oloko

14. Renovation of a school block at Ikwueke -Oboro

15. Attraction of a brand new School Block in Isi-Ugwu Amizi Oloko

16. Organization of the first ever Make Ikwuano Great again Teenage Mentorship program

17. Distribution of 2 sets of palliatives during the onset of the Covid -19 pandemic

18. Annual Distribution of Christmas rice and cash to Ikwuano indigenes

19. Scholarship for Two Ikwuano sons into Secondary and University respectively.

20. Cash grants to 5 best Ngwugwo - Ibere Youths for business startup.

21. Donation of a Generating set to Inyilla - Ibere Health Centre

22. Cash Support for Ikwuano indigenous rice farmers in Ibere

23. Support for indigenous SMEs in Ikwuano

24. Employment of many Ikwuano indigenes into Various Federal and State ministries/ agencies,

25. Facilitation of Appointments for many Ikwuano indigenes as S.As etc

26. Facilitation of admissions for many Ikwuano indigenes into ABSU and MOUAU.

27. Payment of School Fees, Medical bills, house rents, and other welfare packages for many indigenes of Ikwuano

28. Formulation of the Igwebuike Youth Initiative for enhanced participation of youths in governance.

29. Formulation of Ugochinyere Women group for improved public participation of Women.

30. Sponsorship of 10 Ikwuano youths in the IT skills project organized by The Speaker.

31. Donation of a Solar Generator to Nchara Akanu Health Centre

32. Donation of N1Million and a 33KVA Transformer for the Flag off of the Nchara/Ngwa Electricity Project

33. Admission of several Ikwuano indigenes into School of Health Amachara and FMC

34. Employment of many Ikwuano indigenes into Health Management Board.

35. He has co-sponsored multiple bills in the 7th Assembly of which The Diaspora bill and the Disability bills headline the list.

36. His bill on the Tele-Health of the State has received accelerated hearing at the plenary.

He is the President and Founder of the *Stanley Nwabuisi Foundation* , a Non Governmental Organization aimed at reaching out to the less privileged in the society.

He was honoured with the chieftaincy award of Anya eji-ahu Uzo 1 of Oloko by the Council of Traditional Rulers of Oloko Clan. He is also the founder of Igwebuike Youths Initiative, a foremost youth movement in Ikwuano/Abia State and Ugochinyere Women Group for women.

Due to his meritorious achievements and evident developments, he has been re-elected as the Flag bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party for the forthcoming general elections slated for February, 2023.

Looking at this intimidating Score card and commendable returns in so short a time, it is evident that the re-election bid of Hon Stanley Nwabuisi comes on the backdrop of Meritorious service, effective legislation and quality representation against prevailing limitations and is thus worthy of a deserving applaud while not disregarding the need for improvements by virtue of ranking status and Legislative experience.

 

Truly, it is task and collective responsibility of all sons and daughters of Ikwuano Local Government Council residing in the four traditional clans of the local government who are eligible voters to cast their votes for Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi for more productivity and quality representation of our people in the Abia State House of Assembly come 2023 State Assembly election in the State.


This becomes imperative against the backdrop to ensure that he gets back to the House so as to become a ranking member where his voice and mouth would be heard and he would also be fully grounded to bring our due to us.


It is instructive to note here that there is wide gap existing between first timer legislatures and ranking ones and the best thing that would happen to Ikwuano State Constituency in 2023 is to solidly vote for Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi so that he will be home to home and dry where he will sure footed to fly our (Ikwuano people) flag highest in the next Abia State House of Assembly come 2023.


We in www.dailysportsng.ccom have never hidden our call on the good people of Ikwuano to vote right and vote for a viable candidate  who would further bring dividends of democracy and quality representation to the table for the good of the entire people of our constituency.


We cannot afford to start afresh rather by voting a first timer who would go there and start struggling with the system there, rather,  we have to wisely stick to Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi who has who has been there and conversant with the way things work out for good in the state assembly. Therefore it won’t be too much telling him to continue come 2023 for the good of Ikwuano people..

For the records Hon. Stanley Dickson Nwabuisi hails from Nchara Akanu in Oloko clan of Ikwuano LGA, Abia State. He holds a B.MLS Degree in Medical Lab Science from Rivers State University of Science and Technology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management and an MBA. He Started his working career in the Banking sector with Platinum Bank Limited in 2002 where he spent 12 years and rose to very enviable heights. He left the Banking Industry in 2014 to embark on a Political journey.

He Served as The Senior Legislative Aide to Hon Sam Onuigbo in the Federal House of Representatives and was The National Youth Director for Kabiru Tanimu Turaki (SAN) Presidential Campaign Organization. In 2018, he contested for House of Assembly Seat of Ikwuano State Constituency under the platform of PDP and won it at the March 2019 General Elections. He is currently, The Member Representing Ikwuano State Constituency at the Abia State House of Assembly. He is also the House Committee Chairman on Health, Women Affairs and Social Development.

He has in more than three years legislation, erected boreholes, school buildings, etc plus executed a surplus or multiple social development projects like Skills Acquisition Training, Youth Empowerments and Multiple Social Development projects within his Constituency.

Find details below

1. Registration of two Agro based cooperative Societies for Ikwuano Women and Youths respectively

2. Training of 150 Ikwuano persons in Aqua Culture and Heli Culture

3. Organization of the 1st ever Miss Ikwuano beauty Pageant

4. Execution of three consecutive football leagues for Male and Female and still counting

5. Training of 125 women in various areas of vocational crafts.

6. Erection of Nchara Akanu - Oloko Water Borehole

7. Renovation of Ama'ba-Oboro Health Centre Borehole

8. Renovation of Oboni-Upa Health Centre Borehole - Usaka

9. Reconnection of Oboni-Upa -Usaka Health Centre to National Power Supply

10. Ongoing renovation of Ariam EluElu School Block

11. Ongoing renovation of Ihim -Ibere School Block

12. Renovation of Amizi water borehole - Oloko

13. Attraction of a brand new School Block at Azuiyi Oloko

14. Renovation of a school block at Ikwueke -Oboro

15. Attraction of a brand new School Block in Isi-Ugwu Amizi Oloko

16. Organization of the first ever Make Ikwuano Great again Teenage Mentorship program

17. Distribution of 2 sets of palliatives during the onset of the Covid -19 pandemic

18. Annual Distribution of Christmas rice and cash to Ikwuano indigenes

19. Scholarship for Two Ikwuano sons into Secondary and University respectively.

20. Cash grants to 5 best Ngwugwo - Ibere Youths for business startup.

21. Donation of a Generating set to Inyilla - Ibere Health Centre

22. Cash Support for Ikwuano indigenous rice farmers in Ibere

23. Support for indigenous SMEs in Ikwuano

24. Employment of many Ikwuano indigenes into Various Federal and State ministries/ agencies,

25. Facilitation of Appointments for many Ikwuano indigenes as S.As etc

26. Facilitation of admissions for many Ikwuano indigenes into ABSU and MOUAU.

27. Payment of School Fees, Medical bills, house rents, and other welfare packages for many indigenes of Ikwuano

28. Formulation of the Igwebuike Youth Initiative for enhanced participation of youths in governance.

29. Formulation of Ugochinyere Women group for improved public participation of Women.

30. Sponsorship of 10 Ikwuano youths in the IT skills project organized by The Speaker.

31. Donation of a Solar Generator to Nchara Akanu Health Centre

32. Donation of N1Million and a 33KVA Transformer for the Flag off of the Nchara/Ngwa Electricity Project

33. Admission of several Ikwuano indigenes into School of Health Amachara and FMC

34. Employment of many Ikwuano indigenes into Health Management Board.

35. He has co-sponsored multiple bills in the 7th Assembly of which The Diaspora bill and the Disability bills headline the list.

36. His bill on the Tele-Health of the State has received accelerated hearing at the plenary.

He is the President and Founder of the *Stanley Nwabuisi Foundation* , a Non Governmental Organization aimed at reaching out to the less privileged in the society.

He was honoured with the chieftaincy award of Anya eji-ahu Uzo 1 of Oloko by the Council of Traditional Rulers of Oloko Clan. He is also the founder of Igwebuike Youths Initiative, a foremost youth movement in Ikwuano/Abia State and Ugochinyere Women Group for women.

Due to his meritorious achievements and evident developments, he has been re-elected as the Flag bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party for the forthcoming general elections slated for February, 2023.

Looking at this intimidating Score card and commendable returns in so short a time, it is evident that the re-election bid of Hon Stanley Nwabuisi comes on the backdrop of Meritorious service, effective legislation and quality representation against prevailing limitations and is thus worthy of a deserving applaud while not disregarding the need for improvements by virtue of ranking status and Legislative experience.



 

Source Daily Sports Nigeria

Posted October 31, 2022


 

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