From Everest Ezihe, Owerri
Barely three days after Imo State Independent Electoral Commission, INEC declared, Princess Miriam Onuoha of All Progressives Congress, APC as being re-elected to represent the good people of Okigwe/Onuimo/Isiala Mbano Federal Constituency for the second term, Hon. Okechukwu Mgbeozuru has passionately advised the Lawmaker to sustain good, efficient and qualitative representations of the people in the Green Chamber.
Mgbeozuru who’s a renowned youthful political leader in the state and popularly known as Surubenson gave this patriotic advise in Owerri on Thursday while speaking to news men on the out come of the just concluded Presidential and National Assembly elections in the State.
According to the APC Chieftain who hails from Umunkwo in Isiala Mbano LGA of Imo State ” Princess is a youth friendly politician. In her first tenure as the representative of Okigwe North Federal Constituency, she performed creditably and carried the constituents along. I told her, I will work and ensure that she is delivered in my polling unit and ward, that I did. As a politician, I don’t need her money to support her, by God’s grace, am very comfortable, but one thing I believed is that, if given her the second chance,she will consolidate, and our federal constituency will tremendously benefits from her attractions of relevant transformational Federal projects and empowerment programmes” Surubenson assured.
He also described the Lawmaker as somebody who’s accessible and humble to a fault and expressed gratitude to God for given them a daughter, a wife and mother like Princess Miriam Onuoha who he equally pointed out to have proved that truly women are relevant (Umunwanyiwuihe) in our contemporary society.
Mgbeozuru further revealed that the essence of his joining politics is as a result of his compassion to crusade for the need of good and visionary leadership and governance to be instituted in all the tiers of government in Nigeria.
The grassroot politician also canvassed the need for an inclusive governance in the nation’s polity which he lamented that most Nigerian politicians have jettisoned because of selfish interests.
Surubenson further cautioned against playing politics of bitterness, hatred, bickering and wrangling among political leaders noting these as banes against development just as he canvassed for respect, brotherly love and unity of purpose among political leaders and followers in Nigeria.