Enugu local government chairman empowers women with head pans and shovels (photos)

The Chairman of Nsukka Local Government Area, Hon. Chinwe Ugwu has reportedly moved on from sharing wheel barrows to empowering women in the local government she heads with shovels, head pans, and trowels.

According to Chijinkem Ugwuanyi who took to Facebook to share photos from the empowerment program, alleged that the local government head shared fifty head pans, fifty shovels and fifty trowels. 

He wrote; 

“No #Movement

Ooh my God! What a disgrace?

Wickedness in high places…..

Wicked #Nigerian Politicians…

Again Hon. Chinwe Ugwu. Nsukka LOCAL Government Chairman Shares 50 Head pans, 50 Shovels, and 20 Trowels as an Empowerment….

What is wrong with these people? The same woman who shared Wheelbarrow few weeks back and called it Empowerment?

Very clueless set of Politicians from Enugu North, Giving them head pan and #Shovel, encouraging them to suffer more.

We are in a wicked world, Where our #Politicians make you hungry and give you food, they bite you and tell you sorry…

Madam Chairman why Encouraging Hardship?… Please can you start by giving one of those #HeadPan and #Shovel to your children to go out and carry #Block and concrete….

I don’t understand this again… Are uou encouraging women to involve in hard labour?
This one is not empowerment again, it is just Enslavement.

Can you try this “rubbish’ in #Anambra? They will use it and break your head. Nonsense….

You #Politicians of #EnuguNorth have the guts to subject my people because they have accepted to live a life of poverty and suffering if not how dare you try this #Shit…..

Who even gives this woman ideas? May all your generations and that of those who are behind those ideas go into Hard Labour ….

#Nonsense…… I #Senator is angry but can’t do anything….. No problem “Make we de roll” one day I will grow and come back to that town and stop this #Rubbish….”

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