Ebonyi CUPP Congratulates Wife of Gov. Nwifuru on Pet Project Launch.

- Joyce Onuora, Abakaliki

The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) Ebonyi State Chapter has congratulated the wife of the State Governor, Mrs. Mary-maudline Nwifuru on the launch of her pet project "Better Health For Rural Women, Children and Internally Displaced Persons Foundation"(BERWO)

In a statement issued by the Chapter's Chairman, Engr. Chinedum Elekwachi, the Coalition described the project as well intended saying that a better healthcare for rural women is a well thought out project which should be accorded every woman in the State and therefore deserves the patronage of the government.

According to Engr. Chinedum Elekwachi, "healthcare is a social services that should not be downplayed and more importantly, accommodating rural women that are vulnerable into the healthcare policy of the State is of utmost importance.

The statement reads in parts "our dynamic chapter of the Coalition, CUPP, extends our congratulations to Her Excellency, Mrs Mary-maudline Nwifuru on the launch of her pet project which is well intended and properly positioned in a good direction "

"The project is well crafted because it accommodates rural dwellers particularly the vulnerable members of the society and therefore has become imperative that it's noble ideas be translated into a State policy "

"Ebonyi CUPP is demanding that the team of Her Excellency interfaces with the Ebonyi State House of Assembly with the intention of enacting enabling laws which will be expected to guide and guard the objectives of the project, for it's lifespan to exceed the tenure of the administration of Gov. Nwifuru."

"We will be glad to see that this project brings to an end, issues of violence against women and track cultural inventions mitigating against rights of women in the social sphere"

"CUPP Ebonyi intends to partner with the foundation in it's gender inclusion programs, which targets mainstreaming women participation in governance, advocacy against social biases on women and other women based issues" END

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