NNPP NASS Candidate Emphasizes On Quality Representation Of Aniocha/Oshimili *Assures Voters’ Agree Of Good Leadership

-By Enalo James:

The candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP for Aniocha/Oshimili House of Representatives, Mr. Anthony Ochei, Onochieobodo, has reemphasized that he will represent the people with distinction by providing their desirable needs, if he is voted into office. 

The House of Representatives candidate made this pledge during a meeting with stakeholders of a political pressure group, Voters’ Agree in Okpanam, Oshimili North local government area. 

Ochei, while praising the Delta state convener of the the stakeholders meeting, Deacon John Ogbogu, explained that the group have shown credibility and determination to deliver on its objectives to elect a more responsible and people oriented representative, who thinks like the people.

Ochei promised to truly represent the people of Aniocha/ Oshimili at the Federal House of Representatives through formidable legislation on matters and issues that best affects them.

Ogbogu, also in his vote of thanks lauded the National Assembly candidate for finding them worthy of assistance and support, saying the group would leave no stones unturned in delivering their votes for him.

“We cannot continue to make the same mistakes every time we go for elections. We must make reasonable changes now that our votes will count. Our Mumu don do.”, he said.

Earlier, Chairman of the group, Mr.  Montel Ezegbu advised the candidate to endeavor to listen to the genuine yearnings of the people of Aniocha/ Oshimili federal constituency, urging him to hearking to their demands when he wins the election.

He promised that the stakeholders were indifferent to political parties where seamless god-fathering thrives, rather than best leadership and quality representation.

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