The House of Representatives Member-elect for the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency, Hon Nnamdi Ezechi, has assured all individuals and groups that devotedly worked for his victory in the February 25 election that they will not be forgotten in the scheme of things.

Ezechi, while playing host to members of Barry Iyke Political Associates who visited him at his residence in Asaba, said though some members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the state sold out in the February 25 Presidential and National Assembly elections, there were still others who stood their ground for the party, particularly in the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency, which made his victory possible.

He maintained that the era of playing the ostrich in present day politics was gone, insisting that only those who worked for the victory of the party in the elections would be rewarded.

The House of Representatives Member-elect reassured the people of Ndokwa nation that his victory was a victory for all, suggesting that he would be representing the interest of the people in the Green Chambers with every sense of responsibility to be able to attract the desired federal presence to Ndokwa land.

Ezechi thanked the group for the support given to him before and during the election and urged the members to continue in that light as he needed all the inputs he could have to succeed.

Earlier in an address read by its Secretary General, Raphael Joseph, the visiting Barry Iyke Political Associates formally congratulated Hon Ezechi on his victory in the February 25 National Assembly election, describing him as a humble, friendly, accessible and generous young man.

The group said it was motivated to work for Ezechi because of his emulative and enviable track records and antecedents, adding that the House of Representatives Member-elect had demonstrated capacity, diligence and passion for service to humanity in all his past official engagements.

It pledged more support for the Federal Lawmaker-elect and urged him not to forget the group in the scheme of things. 

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