HoR 2023: EZECHI INTENSIFIES CONSULTATIONS WITH NDOKWA/UKWUANI PDP LEADERS

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Ahead of the May 20 primaries for the election of PDP candidates for the 2023 House of Representatives election, a leading aspirant for the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency seat, Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi, has intensified consultation with political leaders in the three local government areas that make up the Federal Constituency.

Those consulted by the House of Reps hopeful on Saturday were the Immediate past Commissioner for Primary Education, Hon Chika Ossai; Chairman, Ndokwa East LGA chapter of PDP, Hon Chief Vincent Osilonya; Dr Kingsley Ashibogwu, and the Executive Chairman of Ukwuani Local Government, Hon (Barr.) Possible Ajede.

Ezechi said the visit was in recognition of the leaders as critical stakeholders in the Ndokwa/Ukwuani politics, pointing out that it was necessary to inform them of his intention to represent the Federal Constituency come 2023.

The frontline aspirant and former Executive Assistant to the Governor on Youth Development told the PDP leaders that the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency deserved a better representation in the National Assembly considering the contributions of the area to the economy of the nation.   

He said service to the people had always been in his character, which he dutifully demonstrated in the previous positions he had held in the past, disclosing that his ambition was to serve in a higher capacity and do greater things for the Federal Constituency and the people of Ndokwa nation. 

Ezechi solicited the support of all political leaders and stakeholders, especially the statutory and ad-hoc delegates to the May 20 primary election, urging them to vote for him as the right person to fly the party’s flag in the 2023 House of Representatives election.

In their separate remarks, Chika Ossai, Vincent Osilonya, Dr. Kingsley Ashibogwu and Hon. Possible Ajede, thanked Nnamdi Ezechi for the consultation, describing him as a young man with the required energy, zeal and capacity to change the narrative of poor representation of Ndokwa/Ukwuani in the National Assembly.

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