In continuation of his visits to stakeholders of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Ndokwa nation, ahead of the 2023 general election, the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency House of Representatives candidate of the party, Hon Nnamdi Ezechi, on Tuesday led his supporters to the residence of an Executive Director in DESOPADEC, Barr. Leonard Anoka, at Ogume, Ndokwa West local government area.

Hon Ezechi said the visit was in recognition of the political prowess of the DESOPADEC Executive Director, whom he said remained a critical stakeholders of the party, not only in Ndokwa West, but also in the state.

He solicited Anoka’s support for his forthcoming election, urging him to also mobilize support for Atiku/Okowa, Sheriff/Onyeme, Ned Nwoko and Charles Emetulu, so that the expected 5/5 victory in the election could be achieved.

The House of Representatives candidate said having the State Governor, Senator (Dr.) Ifeanyi Okowa on the ballot as running mate to Atiku Abubakar was the best thing to ever happen to Delta state, adding that the Sheriff/Onyeme ticket would bring M.O.R E. development to the state, if allowed to fly, after the Okowa administration would have finished strong by May 29, 2023.

On the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency, Hon Ezechi said a lot still needed to be done to give the area the desired facelift, particularly by the federal government, in view of its oil producing status, promising to give the Federal Constituency effective and efficient representation, in collaboration with other officials that would be elected along with him come 2023.

Hon Ezechi thanked Ndokwa/Ukwuani people for the opportunity given to him to bear the party’s flag in the election and appealed to them to see his contest as God’s own project and be part of it. 

Responding, Barr. Anoka thanked Ezechi for the visit, describing him as a young man with the capacity to deliver in any responsibility given to him.

He pledged support for the House of Representatives candidate, as well as other candidates of the party in next year’s election.

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