By Ikenna Orioha
As House of Assembly election holds on Saturday, 18th of March, 2023, in Imo, the APC candidate for Ngor-Okpala State Constituency, Hon. Prince Obinna Ambrose Egu, PhD, has promised to render proper and fair legislative service to the people if he is elected.
He vowed he will not fail to render proper legislative service to the good people of Ngor-Okpala, because he loves Ngor-Okpala, as well as knows much about good legislative service and charismatic leadership, having being in the Imo State House of Assembly in 2015 to 2019.
Speaking to our reporter in Owerri on Saturday, Egwu stated that Ngor-Okpala needs total transformation, infrastructure and empowerment, saying he is the best candidate who would liberate the people from poor social service.
He added, “as a pragmatic politician and experienced legislator, I stand the best chance to meet the welfare and wellbeing of my people with a view to strengthening development, peace, comfort and social security. I have the political will, legislative ingenuity and academic capacity to gain democratic values and goodies for Ngor-Okpala enclave”.
Therefore, he solicited the mandate of the people in the March 18, 2023, election to enable him win in order to achieve good representation for the people who he described as godly, sensible, industrious, accommodating, thoughtful and easy- going.
“As a second timer in the Imo State House of Assembly, I will have more edge to attract government’s presence to Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area. With social amenities such as constant electricity supply, pipe born water, good road network, quality and affordable healthcare delivery in place at the locality, the people will live healthy life, be productive, feed well, enjoy living by living peacefully, comfortably and securely”.
“I will also engage them in periodic constituency meeting (briefing) to keep them abreast of my legislative activities, as well as chat positive ways forward for all. Many youths and women will be employed, empowered and engaged on meaningful trade. I cannot afford to fail Ngor-Okpala people, because I love and cherish them so much”, Egu maintained.