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Distinguished Senator Mao Ohuabunwa who represented Abia North Senatorial District at the 8th assembly and has equally represented Arochukwu/Ohafia federal constituency has various prominent acts and laws to his credit.


Ohuabunwa is the first to represent Arochukwu/Ohafia federal constituency in the House of Representative from 1999-2007.



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At the recently concluded primaries of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), in Abia state, Ohuabunwa won the ticket to represent Abia North Senatorial district ahead of the 2023 elections.


He polled a total of 135 votes out of 175 accredited voters to defeat his closest rival and member representing Arochukwu/Ohafia federal constituency, Honorable Uko Nkole, who secured 29 votes as declared by the PDP Abia State.


In an exclusive interview with ALL FACTS TELEVISION on the Programme ‘Focal Point’, Senator Mao Ohuabunwa, recalled some of the bills he sponsored at the National Assembly.

Senator Mao Ohuabunwa with FOCAL POINT program anchor - Emenike Iroegbu
Senator Mao Ohuabunwa with FOCAL POINT program anchor – Emenike Iroegbu

The bills sponsored that became Acts include;


National Assembly Service Commission bill

Nigerian Institute of Animal science bill

Institute of Management bill

Establishment of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) bill

Agricultural Credit Scheme bill

National Centre for Cancer and Treatment Bill

Bill for Arochukwu Technical Education to become Federal University of Education (stopped at 3rd reading)

Bill for the establishment of federal polytechnic Item (public hearing)


Motions moved by Ohuabunwa include;


Motion for the rehabilitation of Arochukwu/Ohafia road, etc.


Other bills passed into law and others pending include;


Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology Act Cap N116 LFN 2004(Repeal and Re-enactment Bill 2015 (SB.11) (second reading)

National Agricultural Land Development Authority Act Cap N4 LFN 2004 (Amendment) Bill 2004, (SB. 12) (second reading)

Nigerian Institute of Management Act 14 2003 (Amendment) Bill 2015 (SB. 13) (SB. 18) (second reading)

Presidential Transition Bill 2015 (SB. 19) (second reading)

Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme (Est, Etc) Bill 2015 (SB.20) (Passed into law)

National Council for Research and Development Bill, 2015 (SB. 124) (merged)

Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Act No. 6 2007 (Amendment) Bill 2015 (SB 132) (second reading)

Federal Entrepreneurship Centres (Establishment, etc) Bill 2015 (SB. 133) (second reading)

Medical and Dental Practitioners Act Cap M8 LFN 2004 (Amendment) Bill 2015 (SB. 136) (second reading)

Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Third Alteration) Act 2016 (Pending)

An Act to Amend the Code of Conduct Bureau Tribunal Act, Cap C15, LFN, 2004 (etc) (Merged) /2 2. MOTIONS: (NOS 14), among other bills and motions.

Mao Ohuabunwa facilitated various projects including offering employment to members of his constituency and others.

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