APP Candidate, Anyaragbu Felicitates With Quintuplets’ Family
…Vows to sponsor scholarship bill for Abia miracle children (See Photos+ Videos)
The Action People’s Party, (APP) candidate for Ikwuano State Constituency, of Abia State, Hon. Wisdom Lan Anyaragbu says he will sponsor a Bill to make Government constitutionally responsible for the welfare of set of children born in the State.
Hon. Anyaragbu stated this when he, alongside GRACE MANDATE CAMPAIGN TEAM, visited Amarachi Nwojo, the young woman who gave birth to a set of quintuplets at the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia Abia State.
Presenting his Cash Gift to the 24-years-old undergraduate student of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Hon. Anyaragbu admitted that taking care of sets of children could be challenging “especially considering the present economy in the State and Nigeria in general”.
He stressed that by enacting a Law that would accommodate triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets, etc. as Government’s Children, would help relieve the poor parents of the uphill task of catering for such set of children.
“We will be able to make Laws which would mandate Government to take responsibility for multiple children like this because this is a MIRACLE FROM GOD. It doesn’t happen overnight and even though someone undergoes a laboratory test, it can’t easily come out quintuplets like this at a stretch. So, that’s why I say it’s a miracle.”
“I’ll ensure execution that it’s stipulated into Law that in such rare cases, Government should see to the wellbeing of the babies.
Been voted For into Abia State House Of Assembly, I will ensure that we sponsor a Bill in that regard and today, graciously she’s from my Alumni, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, MOUAU.
“Sighting from the 1999 Abia State House of Assembly Acts as amended, there’s no place constitutionally where the Government takes such responsibility.
“Therefore, I’ll sponsor a bill that will accommodate this type of children, thereby making them Government’s responsibility, because in Nigeria there’s no Law that guarantees the protection of the interest of this type of children Constitutionally. So, will sponsor and move the motion.”
Speaking further,i he said: “It could be some other person tomorrow. But, by God’s Grace, these ones will end up being the first beneficiaries of Grace, they’ll benefit from the Grace because they’re the ones to open the door. “God will see you (Amarachi) through and bless your family. He shall provide all you need for the training of these babies particularly their education. Because, I believe that as a student, it was out of your quest to explore your potentials that you found yourself at MOUAU and you’ll not stop there, at the end you’ll graduate either before or after Election.
He, therefore, advised the Lactating mother not to hesitate to seek assistance from GRACE MANDATE CAMPAIGN TEAM in time of need, He pledged to assist as much as We can when need arises in the training of the babies.
“I want to encourage you and also pray that whatever is needed for the upbringing of the children will be miraculously provided for by the special grace of God. On behalf of Myself and GRACE MANDATE CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION, We present this token as Our Own Little Support To You. it’s from the depth of Our Hearts as to Tap From This Grace. Just like Our Campaign Slogan, “Grace Mandate, Protect Your Future” and as we already know, “Grace Qualifies The Unqualified” By the Same GRACE We’ll thrive victoriously.
Responding, the 24-years old mother of the babies thanked the House of Assembly hopeful, while promising to take care of the babies whom she described as “bunch of blessings from God Almighty”.
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