Elizabeth Ogbaga, is a Nigerian Lawyer, Registered Nurse and Politician. She was elected into the House of Representatives of Nigeria in 2007 to represent Ebonyi/Ohaukwu federal constituency. She was elected on the platform of the People's Democratic Party (PDP). She is currently the Honourable Commissioner of Commerce and Industry Ebonyi State.
Constituency Hon. Elizabeth Ogbaga attracted various projects such as- Oxygen Plants and Mammogram machines to Federal Medical Centre, Abakaliki, free anti- natal care services to pregnant mothers from Ebonyi/Ohaukwu Federal Constituency, construction of several 3-classroom blocks, hand-pump boreholes at Onuenyim Ishieke, Ndiofia Nkaleke, Igweledoha, Ogbala Parish, Effenyim (Ongoing), Oterufie Nkaleke, Ndiechi-Ndiugo Isophumini, Mbeke Isophumini, St. Michael Parish Mbeke Ishieke, Nwonuewo-Effium Ohaukwu, Ogen Ohaukwu and Umugadu Community Secondary School. She also constructed National Health Care Centres at Izenyi Agbaja in Izzi LGA and Ohagelode (Ongoing)and trained more than 50 youths on ICT as well as providing them with computers and accessories. Hon. Elizabeth Ogbaga further constructed a bridge across Ebonyi river at Odomoke and Ogene-Abarigwe-Ogwudu-Ano-Unum road in Ohaukwu LGA. She built a computer centre at community secondary school Isophumini Ishieke, provided classroom furniture at Umugadu community primary school (Ongoing) and supplied school desks, tables and chairs at Ogbaga Primary School, Ohagelode Primary School,Girls Secondary School Ndulo Ngbo and Mbeke Isophumini Primary School. In addition, she built Rev. Fr's quarters at St. Michael Parish Mbeke and provided VIP Latrines at Ohagelode, Ogbaga and Umugadu primary schools. She believes in youth empowerment and so sponsored various quiz and football league competitions culminating in the donation of trophies, award of cash prizes and distribution of Generator sets, Clippers and their accessories to trained youths
In December, 2009, Hon Elizabeth Ogbaga expressed her dissatisfaction over what she called low level of implementation of projects contained in 2009 budget. She sponsored numerous bills and motions and often decried the low participation of women in politics stating that it affected democracy.
Hon. Elizabeth Ogbaga was a member of the following committees:
The vision of the Ministry is the achievement of an accelerated pace of industrial development down the grass root and the pursuit of sound commercial objectives that will transform the state into one of the best trade zones and investors destination in Nigeria.
To engender sustainable economic transformation of Ebonyi State, where industrial and commercial sectors will be the prime movers of the economy, through guaranteed and intensified revenue generation.
In line with the vision of His Excellency Engr. Dave Umahi to make Ebonyi a worthy place for living, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has as one of her major functions as the generation of revenues to the state government through the