Federal Lawmaker Obidigwe Sponsors 40 Farmers To Egypt For Agricultural Training

Federal Lawmaker Obidigwe Sponsors 40 Farmers To Egypt For Agricultural Training

The member representing Anambra East and West federal constituency, Chief Chinedu Obidigwe says he will continue to give his constituents quality representation, as he takes forty people to Egypt, for agricultural training and workshop.

 

Speaking to the ABS at the Anambra International Cargo and Passenger Airport, Umueri, before their departure, Hon. Obidigwe said that his main objective is to ensure that his constituents who are majorly farmers learn all the modern ways of farming.

The Lawmaker noted that those who travelled with him will learn small scale mechanized agriculture, wet and dry season farming, methods of preservation of agricultural produce to avoid wastes among others.

 

Hon. Obidigwe who is the deputy chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Environment and Ad-hoc chairman, House Committee on Health, maintained that after the international workshop, he will empower all the participants chosen from the two local government areas that made up the federal constituency with cash, not less than a million naira each, for them to become self-reliant.

He commended governor Willie Obiano for building the international Cargo and Passenger Airport, as according to him, Ndi Anambra have been yearning for an airport since the creation of the new Anambra state in 1991.

 

Eulogizing Chief Obidigwe for his effective representation, the president, Aguleri National Youth Association, Chief Nnamdi Ikeli-Adimorah, made it clear that the lawmaker has demonstrated that he has the interest of his people at heart, as the agro-worksop will broaden the knowledge of the participants in all agro-business.

The workshop is to last for one week.

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