A brief story of Abia female gubernatorial candidate
Governorship candidate of Social Democratic Party (SDP) for forth coming Abia 2023 governorship election, Apostle Dr Mrs Ngozika Gladys Johnson-Ogbuneke has assured Abians of her determination to transform the State.
The Abia SDP standard flag bearer who is an Apostle, Human Rights Lawyer and a renowned Medical Doctor is from Isuikwuato LGA of Abia State and resides both in Umuahia and the United kingdom.
She is not just a female gubernatorial candidate for 2023 forthcoming Abia election, but a capable candidate who happens to be female.
Speaking to newsmen about her agenda for God’s own State, the SDP guber candidate lamented the deplorable conditions of Abia State since her creation, 31 years ago, noting that Abia is far behind other States in general development.
She regretted that successive administrations in Abia have rather, underdeveloped the State, increased youth unemployment while infrastructure is in poor conditions.
But according to her, when elected, she would return Abia to God and ensure regular payments of salaries, pensions, gratitude as well as the engagement of tested and qualified individuals and companies for execution of life changing policies and projects.
As a human rights Lawyer, Apostle Dr Mrs Ngozika Gladys Johnson-Ogbuneke also promised to ensure the the protection lives and rights of widows, orphans, less privileged, and the elderly population.
With these array of laid out agenda, she has become the most popular of the other candidates who is in tune with current events in Abia State and poised to deal with those issues.
She is also very popular among the youths of Abia State and in her words “desires to provide for the youths equal opportunities as enjoyed by other youths at International standards” through good education, jobs opportunities, enabling environment to thrive, sports and sporting activities, human developments and opportunities for improvement general well being of the youths.
Apart from popularity, she has a lot of things attached to her big name: below is a comprehensive Profile of Abia female SDP gubernatorial candidate for 2023 election:
Ngozika Gladys JOHNSON-OGBUNEKE
-Commendation Award Researcher,Imperial College, University of London.UK
-CEO/Director:The Sanctuary Life Care Limited, UK.
-Award Winning Human Rights Lawyer, Warwick University.UK
-MBBS:College of Medicine, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
-Ordained Minister of the Gospel of Yeshua LORD.
-CEO/Director: The Sanctuary Hand of Grace (SHOG) Foundation, Nigeria &UK(This Foundation has offered supports, formal education, training and skills acquisition certifications to many youths both in Nigeria and the UK)
-ECFMG Certification, USA Medical Licensure
-MSc Ortho Surgery: Imperial College, University of London.UK.
-General Overseer: The Sanctuary Christian Ministry(SCM), UK&Nigeria
-Deborah in the Community.
-Federal Scholar: Federal Govt Girls College, FGGC Gboko. Deputy Head Girl :Class’81 FGGC Gboko
-VP: UNN Medical Students Association (UNMSA), Enugu.Nigeria
-Orthopaedics Trauma Fellow: University of Louisville Hospital, Kentucky USA
-Award Winning Orthopaedics Trauma Researcher: European Orthopaedics Research Society,
EORS/AOD avos Summit 2010
-JP: Jerusalem Pilgrim
-Chief Medical Officer, Better Life for Rural Women Program, Abia State (1992-1995) under Dr Mrs.
-Head Girl: Fed School of Arts & Science Fed SAS, Aba. Class’83
-FRCS: Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland
-CEO/Director: The Sanctuary Medico-Legal Protection Limited, UK.
-Mother of 4 Adult Children
-LLB (Hons): Coventry University. UK
-LLM: Warwick University, UK
-Parents: Late, His Lordship- Hon Justice Jonah JOHNSON, Judge of the Federal High Court, Abia State & Dame Ezinne Bessie U JOHNSON
-SDP Gubernatorial Aspirant Abia State 2023
She is well grounded in Nigerian and in particular Abia Politics. It will be a great and positive change for Abians to not only support her candidacy but actually vote her in as their next Governor in 2023.Tags: 2023 General Election, Abia Guber Race, Abia Politics