HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Hon. Tony Nwulu Celebrates Birthday Today With Donations To Widows In Imo State Churches

Today marks a special day for Hon. Tony Chinedu Nwulu, a serving member of the Federal House of Representative representing Oshodi-Isolo 11 Federal Constituency as ‎he adds one. Known to be one of the youngest legislative member, was born in 1979 in Lagos state.  He is a native of Eziudo, Ezinihitte, Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State.

To mark his birthday, Hon. Nwulu is donating cash and gifts to all the widows in all the Churches in Imo state. Indeed a rare display of benevolence and love for the women without their husbands, the young Honourable who slays as the most proactive, vibrant and creative member in the house of representatives 
collected the data and details of the churches across his state of origin - Imo and sent his donations to them to celebrate his birthday today. 

It is worthy to note that he came into legislative governance ‎in the 2015, when he contested for the Federal House of representatives under the Platform of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) and Won to represent Oshodi-Isolo II Federal Constituency. Since then, he has continues to promote the values of good governance and delivery of democracy dividends to the people in line with the party's transformation agenda. Though, prior to his becoming a member of the House of Representative, he was the National Coordinator, PDP Youth Advocacy Initiative from 2012 till date. Ever since, he has worked tirelessly at pursuing projects that would improve and uplift the majority of  the Nigerian youths.

Tony happens to be the only male Rep member that hails from South East and yet represents The Isolo/oshodi Federal Constituency In Federal House Of Assembly. His achievements has been commendable and impact greatly felt with regards to his projects towards his people as the True Representation for his Constituency.

Among his achievements is the Initiation of "Not Too Young To Run" Bill; A Bill which Empowers and Encourages Youth development and advancement in leadership, full participation in governance and right to contest for elective positions. 

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