Uzoma Chioma Asagwara Apointed Health Minister And Deputy Premier In Canada
A Nigerian born Canadian, Uzoma Chioma Asagwara becomes a health minister in Canada. She is also the deputy premier of Manitoba province, Canada.
Uzoma Chioma Asagwara hails from Olokoro in Umuahia, Abia state capital city.
The news of her being appointed the health minister was confirmed by the governor of Abia state, Alex Oti who through his Twitter handle, congratulated her for her recent feat.
“I am delighted to congratulate Uzoma Chioma Asagwara on her historic appointment as the new Health Minister and Deputy Premier of the Province of Manitoba, Canada. This is a remarkable achievement that showcases her dedication, excellence, and leadership in the fields of health and public service”, the Abia state governor wrote.
He further appealed to the Nigerian youths to draw inspiration from Chioma Asagwara’s latest accomplishment which puts Nigeria on international limelight.
“Uzoma Chioma Asagwara is a proud daughter of Abia State, born to Nigerian parents from Olokoro Umuahia. Her success story serves as an inspiration to all Nigerians, particularly the youth who have dreams and talents to nurture. She exemplifies that with passion, dedication, and perseverance, no goal is unattainable. Furthermore, she demonstrated that our Nigerian heritage is a source of pride and strength, not a limitation. I am proud of Uzoma Chioma Asagwara and extend my best wishes in her new position. I am hopeful that she will continue to serve humanity with compassion, integrity, and professionalism. I also hope that she will maintain her connection with her roots and remain an inspiration for other Nigerians in the diaspora”.