…Sponsors several bills and motions, carries out constituency programme/Projects
BY OBUTE JAMES
Ifeanyi Chudy Momah, Chairman, House Committee on Federal Capital Territory Judiciary and representative of Ihiala Federal Constituency of Anambra State was among the lawmakers sworn-in on 11th June, 2019.
The Nigerian National Assembly consists of 109 Senators in the Senate and 360 Members in the House of Representatives.
Barr. Ifeanyi Momah is one of the few legislstors who have demonstrated serious commitment to the legislative activities both in the chamber and at the constituency level.
This is obvious through the bills he has sponsored and motions presented in the floor of the House of Representatives as well as his contributions at his constituency.
He contested and won the February 23, 2019 Federal Parliamentary Election under the platform of
Apart from being the Chairman, House Committee on FCT Judiciary, Barr. Momah is also a member, House Committee on Petroleum Downstream; National Security and Intelligence; Works; Nigeria Delta Development Commission; Aviation; Public Accounts; Pension; Youth Development; Population and Prisons and Reformatory institutions.
During the commissioning of some of his constituency projects, recently, Momah said: I have not only served but made relevant contributions which are positively affecting the lives of Ndi Ihiala and Nigerians at large.
“I expect that with my continuous stay and intentional drive, the impact would be tripled and more lives would be affected positively.
Within the last two years of 9th House of Representatives, Barr. Momah sponsored bills and presented several motions.
One of such bills is a Bill for the Southeast Development (Establishment) Bill, 2019.
Some of the motions presented by Barr. Momah include the following:
A call for urgent intervention in combatting the spread of coronavirus, especially in rural communities in Nigeria.
A need to review and investigate the activities of the power sector.
A need to investigate the slow pace of work on three critical road projects, which are Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Abuja-Kaduna-Zaria-Kano Expressway, and Second Niger Bridge and many others.
Motion on the need to review the military strategy of super camps in the fight against Boko Haram insurgency in the North-East zone.
Motion on the need to tackle environmental degradation in Umuhu, Unahuezike, Ozaragu, Ugwucheleku, Oghalegbu, Ubahuagbogba/Umudaraegwu, Orsumoghu, Uzoakwa, and Ndiezike communities in Ihiala Federal Constituency.
A call for the investigation into the incessant cancellation, diversion, and delay of international and domestic flights to and from the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos Airports and other Nigerian Airports.
A call for the investigation of the $396.33 million allegedly spent on turn around maintenance of the Nation’s Three Refineries in Four years.
Below are some of the projects carried out by Hon. Momah within the last few months of the inauguration of the 9th House of Representatives:
Procurement, Installation, and Maintenance of 30KVA Generator to Our Lady of Lourdes, Ihiala LGA, Anambra State.
Fehabilitation of Onitsha-Owerri road, Ihiala axis (Total Filling station).
Distribution of 2,400 Bags of 25 kg Rice to indigent families in Ihiala Federal Constituency in December 2019 to celebrate the festive season
Procurement of 300 KVA Transformer for Nkwo market in Okija, Anambra state (awaiting installment)
Distribution of Covid-19 Palliatives 3,000 bags of 25kg Rice and 3,000 cartons of Indomie Noodles shared to indigent families in Ihiala Federal Constituency, to help cushion the effect of lockdown.
Distribution of 3,000 face masks and 70 cartons of Hand sanitizers to help people keep safe.
Distribution of 1,200 bags of 50Kg Fertilizers to Farmers in Ihiala Federal Constituency.
Facilitation of job for more than 50 youths in Ihiala Federal Constituency in different Institutions, Ministries, and Agencies.
Hon. Ifeanyi Momah handed over 110 LAPTOPS to the management and staff of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Uli Campus. This project was facilitated through his office by the
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) so as to improve the ICT department of the university and also assist in the digitalization of the school e-learning system.
In collaboration with the Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC. School items were donated to selected primary schools within Ihiala Federal Constituency.
Items donated to different schools include, Computer sets, UPS sets, fifty desks and fifty chairs for each school, Generator sets, Laser printers, Storage lockers, Textbooks, Chalks, Marker board, Swivel Chairs and other Educational Materials.