Mother’s Day: Lawmaker Ukoha Extols Virtues of Motherhood

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The Minority Whip/member representing Arochukwu State Constituency Abia House of Assembly, Hon. Dr. Onyekwere Mike Ukoha, has extolled the good virtuous and qualities of motherhood.


Speaking during a Sunday services at the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, Amannagwu Parish Arochukwu, Living Faith Church(Winners Chapel), Arochukwu and the Presbyterian Church Ndi Oji Abam, the Lawmaker lauded the mothers on the prominent roles and sacrifices they have made in building homes.


Hon. Ukoha, who described mothers as pillars of the family, further hinted that a lot has been  achieved in our society, through their ideas, intuitions, prayers, and total determination to ensure a formidable unity.


The Lawmaker, stated that he decided to go round the churches to appreciate God for his mercies and identify with mothers on the occasion of their day.


He prayed God to continue to bless mothers as they continue to remain epitome of excellence, peace and hardwork in their various homes

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