The people of Nwangele LGA of Imo State are now in joyful mood following the ongoing massive rehabilitation of roads in each ward courtesy of Sir Amara Chyna Iwuanyanwu.
In his speech during the flagging off ceremony at Nkwo Onyeukwu market Square Abajah on Sunday 3rd of December 2017, Amara Iwuanyanwu who is also APC Nwangele house of Assembly aspirant pointed out that the project is non partisan, adding that the well being of an average Nwangele Indigene is his major concern.
He further noted that the ongoing massive roads rehabilitation is also part of the activities proceeding the 30th December family thanksgiving and 60th birthday celebration of his father, Sir Chyna Iwuanyanwu in Amuzi Dim Na Ume ISu Nwangele LGA, noting that Iwuanyanwu family wants to thank God for his abundant mercy upon them and Nwangele people for their individual and collective support, prayers, Love and concern shown to them when their father, Sir Chyna Iwuanyanwu was sick.
“This project which is unprecedented in the history of Nwangele and Imo State is part of the activities lined up by the family to appreciate God for his divine healing of our father from a protracted illness. My father, Sir Chyna Iwuanyanwu is a man after God’s heart who has dedicated his life to the service of God and humanity. He has touched the lives of many as a mentor, role model, consummate philanthropist, a rare bread in Nigeria politics, a Professional media Consultant, Author and successful entrepreneur”.
Speaking while declaring the project open, Nwangele APC Chairman, Barr. Jude Uzoukwu expressed profound gratitude to Sir Amara Chyna Iwuanyanwu for having the interest of his people at heart.
Uzoukwu maintained that Amara Iwuanyanwu is known aspirant for Nwangele House of Assembly seat, stressing that he has started on a very wonderful notes and charged other aspirants to emulate Iwanyanwu style.
It will be recalled that Sir Chyna Iwuanyanwu single-handedly built an ultra-Modern new Covenant Anglican Church in his village Amuzi Isu five years ago. The Church was personally dedicated by the primate Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, Rt. Rev. Nicholas Okoh and other renowned Anglican clergies, and former President Goodluck Jonathan was represented at the occasion by his Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo.
Since then, his son, Sir Amara Chyna Iwuanyanwu has been feeding members of the Church every Sunday, a gesture which is also unprecedented in the history of the Anglican Church in Nigeria.
The thanksgiving and 60th birthday celebration will be rounded up in Abuja with a birthday party in an IDP camp and a church service at Basillca of Grace Anglican Church Abuja.