In continuation of his wide consultation with party leaders and critical stakeholders in Ndokwa nation, to give effect to his ambition to represent the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives come 2023, youthful frontline aspirant for the seat, Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi, has visited two former Chairmen of the Ndokwa East chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP.

They are Chief C.S.O Udeme and High Chief Ugo Asibelua.

During the separate visits to the two party leaders, Hon Ezechi thanked them for their immense contributions to the growth of PDP in Ndokwa East when they served as LGA Chairmen of the party, noting that the party recorded great electoral exploits in Ndokwa East under their watch.

Ezechi told the duo that he came to consult with them over his ambition to contest for the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency seat in the House of Representatives come 2023 and to solicit their support for the aspiration. 

He said the project was for the collective good of the Ndokwa nation, which had yet to get to where it ought to be in terms of federal presence due to poor representation in the National Assembly.

The House of Reps hopeful and former Executive Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state on Youth Development, promised to use his youthful energy, experience in government and far reaching contacts to attract the desired level of development to Ndokwa nation if given the opportunity to represent the strategic Federal Constituency.

Ezechi noted that as former helmsmen of PDP in Ndokwa East, the influence of Chief Udeme and High Chief Asibelua on party members, among whom were the ad-hoc delegates, should not be underestimated and urged them to use their fatherly positions to canvass support for him.

In their separate remarks, Chief C.S O Udeme and High Chief Ugo Asibelua thanked Hon Ezechi for the visit, which they said was a mark of honour, and saluted his courage to aspire to serve Ndokwa land in a higher capacity.

The two leaders expressed satisfaction with the performance of the aspirant when he served as an aide to the Governor and were optimistic that he would do well if given the opportunity to represent Ndokwa/Ukwuani in the National Assembly.

After the consultations, Hon Ezechi and his entourage proceeded on a thank-you visit to the Chairman, Delta State Internal Revenue Service, Sir Monday Onyeme and the member representing Ndokwa West in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Charles Emetulu.

He said the visit was to commend Sir Onyeme for using his Foundation to touch the lives of Ndokwa people, particularly the youths and women, adding that the development Hon. Charles Emetulu had used his position as Chairman, House Committee on Education to attract to Ndokwa nation was remarkable and commendable.

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