Obi Aguocha: A beacon of hope for education, agriculture and human rights

In a commendable show of philanthropy and commitment to his constituents, federal lawmaker Obi Aguocha has been the architect of a silent revolution in education, ICT and agriculture over the past year.

The lawmaker’s dedication has improved the lives of over 400 students from various wards in his Ikwuano, Umuahia North and Umuahia South federal constituency of Abia state.

Students from primary and tertiary schools are benefiting from these efforts. Aguocha has through his generosity positively impacted an endless list of beneficiaries whose academic pursuits have been secured.

Beyond the classroom, Aguocha has also been instrumental in boosting technological empowerment by funding ICT skills development training for 150 students, equipping the next generation with the tools to thrive in a digital world.

At least 120 individuals have found relief from medical debts, as Aguocha has either settled their hospital bills or covered the cost of their essential pharmaceutical medications. This act of kindness has not only alleviated financial burdens but has also restored health and hope to many.

Aguocha’s vision for the upliftment of his people extends to the agricultural sector, where he is set to launch a pioneering pilot program, investing ₦1 million in each participating rice farmer to boost their production capabilities. This initiative is mirrored in similar projects aimed at bolstering poultry and yam farming, promising a surge in local agriculture and self-sufficiency.

His influence is also seen in the political arena where he has successfully attracted over ₦1 billion in capital projects for his constituency in the 2024 budget alone.

Aguocha’s legislative acumen is further shown by his sponsorship of 14 bills in the House of Representatives.

Moreover, the lawmaker continues to be a vocal advocate for the release of Biafra campaigner Nnamdi Kanu. This demonstrates his unwavering commitment to justice and human rights.

Aguocha has not only delivered the above in his first year in office, and without making unnecessary noise, but is also pioneering a model of constituency project implementation through direct and grassroots engagement with all the nine clan unions, and without neglecting the urban areas under his federal constituency.

Aguocha’s model assures openness and focuses on the primary and unique needs of the people. This pioneering approach is accelerating development and rapid growth in the constituency.

As Obi Aguocha’s tenure unfolds, it is clear that he is on a steadfast path to becoming a gentle giant in the House of Representatives, with his actions speaking volumes about his character and his aspirations for the nation.

Below are the names of beneficiaries of Aguocha’s batch A and B education and skill acquisition empowerment programs.

Account details of 44 beneficiaries

  1. Ahaiwe Chinedu M.; Ibeku West
  2. Mbadugha Fortune C.; Ibeku West
  3. Samuel C. Joseph; Nsirimo Ward
  4. Uwasomba Confidence; Nsirimo Ward
  5. Onyema Victor C.; Omaegwu Ward
  6. Onyeanula Chisom; Ubakala Ward A
  7. Victor Ejiogu; Urban Ward 3
  8. Asonye Godspromise; Ubakala Ward B
  9. Marvelous Amaefula C.; Ohiaocha Ward
  10. Ikechukwu Ngozi G.; Urban Ward 3
  11. Allen Kodirichi M.; Omaegwu Ward
  12. Nwabuisi Precious C.; Ubakala Ward B
  13. Udumaga Ezinne C.; Ibeku East 2
  14. Nnamdi Joy I.; Ibeku East 2
  15. Ephraim Chinedum; Ubakala Ward A
  16. JohnAlex Adaugo V.; Ndume Ward
  17. Akomas Chiamaka M.; Umuhu Ward
  18. Nwankwo Chibuikem S.; Nkwoachara Ward
  19. Ikpeama chibuike D.; Urban Ward 1
  20. Orji Nneka N.; Ohiaocha Ward
  21. Eze Jane A.; Ndume Ward
  22. Ogbonna Precious Oluomachi; Isingwu Ward
  23. Rich Uzoma O.; Ezeleke Ward
  24. Justice Chinemeze O.; Isingwu Ward
  25. Harry Goodluck O.; Amakama Ward
  26. John Samuel; Nkwoachara Ward
  27. Adighibe Favour M.; Amakama Ward
  28. Izundu Uchenna D.; Old Umuahia
  29. Paul Ogechukwu G.; Ibeku East 1
  30. Emenike Adaobi B.; Ibeku East 1
  31. Akwamanti Chinomso E.; Old Umuahia
  32. Peters Nancy C.; Ezeleke Ward
  33. Ukeka Chisom M.; Ahiaukwu Ward 1
  34. Dike Victor Chimsimdi; Nkwoegwu Ward
  35. Chukwuemeka Simon P.; Ahiaukwu Ward 1
  36. Joshua C. Favour; Afugiri Ward
  37. Asiegbu Joy; Nkwoegwu Ward
  38. Esther Oluomachi C.; Umuhu Ward
  39. Kingsley Faith A.; Afugiri Ward
  40. Gold Iheoma Benedit; Urban Ward 1
  41. Onyemuwa Ezekiel C.; Urban Ward 2
  42. Nnaemeka Gospel F.; Urban Ward 2
  43. Thomas Jonathan C.; Ahiaukwu Ward 2
  44. Abuka Chukwuikem A.; Ahiaukwu Ward 2

Account details for 20 Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike students


Account number: 1471407271
Account name: Obiefula Victor Chibuihem
Bank name: Access Bank
Gender: Male

Account number: 1767624999
Account name: Emeka Gift Onyinyechi
Bank name: Access bank
Gender: Female


Account number: 1394127412
Av/name: Nwosu Ann Mechienyi
Bank name: Access bank
Gender: Female

Account name: 4068966898
Ac/name: Chukwuemeka Uche
Bank name: Zenith Bank
Gender: Male


Account name: 0065289623
Ac/name: Emenike Amarachi
Bank name: Access bank
Gender: Female

Account name: 1226306488
Ac/name: Agodi Emmanuel
Bank name: Access Bank
Gender: Male


Account name: 2385054915
Ac/name: Anyim Ezinne
Bank name: Zenith Bank
Gender: Female

Account name: 2012974087
Ac/name: Rufus Akarachi K.
Bank name: Kuda Microfinance Bank
Gender: Male


Account name: 0047164683
Ac/name: Iroanusi Chiamaka C.
Bank name: Access Bank
Gender: Female

Account name: 2408376659
Ac/name: Chijioke Chinedu E.
Bank name: Zenith Bank
Gender: Male


Account name: 3037715169
Ac/name: Chioma Chike
Bank name: First Bank
Gender: Male

Account name: 0215681882
Ac/name: Sunday Precious
Bank name: Union Bank
Gender: Female


Account name: 2522745995
Ac/name: Nduka Ijeoma J.
Bank name: Zenith Bank
Gender: Female

Account name: 2203602728
Ac/name: Benita Chinwenma O.
Bank name: UBA Bank
Gender: Male


Account name: 1809451462
Ac/name: Udochukwu Smart M.
Bank name: Access Bank
Gender: Male

Account name: 3169932324
Ac/name: Onyegbule Chinwendu J.
Bank name: First Bank
Gender: Female


Account name: 0157750910
Ac/name: Eberendu Precious C.
Bank name: Union Bank
Gender: Female

Account name: 6173791485
Ac/name: Ndimele David
Bank name: Fidelity Bank
Gender: Male


Account name: 1207405011
Ac/name: Ikeogu Geraldine O.
Bank name: FCMB
Gender: Female

Account name: 0668795518
Ac/name: Chukwuemeka David A.
Bank name: GTB
Gender: Male

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