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MLA Uzoma Asagwara, Union Station

Lord, I ask you to be with MLA Uzoma Asagwara today.  I ask that you would bless their hands in all the work they need to accomplish today.  I pray, Lord, that you would provide for them the wisdom, understanding and compassion to serve the people in their constituency and to serve those people well.  I ask Lord that you would give them a new awareness. I ask for health and safety for Uzoma and their family. Amen.

Uzoma Asagwara is a Nigerian-Canadian elected in 2019 as MLA for Union Station representing the New Democratic Party. Their election was a historical mark in the country, they are one of three black people in the 150-year history of the Manitoba legislative house. Asagwara has worked in Canada as a psychiatric nurse specializing in adult and youth mental health and addictions, and has been a community activist in Winnipeg. The Nigerian-Canadian is not only a politician and activist, but is also an athlete.  Asagwara was a member of the Canadian national women’s basketball and acts as a mentor for youth athletes in downtown Winnipeg. They are a grassroots community activist, educator, entrepreneur and mental health advocate and currently serve as a member of the Women’s Health Clinic board of directors.