“Our People ‘re Tired of Fruitless Representation”, Amobi Ogah Tours Isuikwuato/Umunneochi

Chief Amobi Ogah, a House of Representatives aspirant has revealed that Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency are tired of fruitless representation at the National Assembly.

Amobi Ogah

He revealed that for 12 good years, his people have not been represented very well. Amobi called on the constituents to show him their support, maintaining that their welfare is his ultimate goal.

Speaking with journalists in Umuahia, the business mogul who is set to tour round the two local governments that make up the federal Constituency starting from Tuesday September 18, 2018  said he wants to get his people abreast with his plans before he will be elected.

According to him,

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“This is not just ordinary tour. We want to meet the people ward to ward, community to community and household to household. They must know what I have in stock for them. They must know why I am the new face of the Constituency” he said.

He decried what he called perennial misrepresentation of the people of the area, assuring that he would turn around the face of infrastructure of his Constituency.

“This is a Constituency that has a representation in Abuja for almost 12 years now yet nothing to show for it. Our daughter and sister has been in the green chambers of the National Assembly for third term yet our roads are not passable. Look at the gully erosion challenge that has cut Isuikwuato from the rest of the state. What has she done?” he queried.

He said the people are tired of such representation that does not enhance their living. He expressed optimism that he would emerge the flag bearer of the party for the constituency come 2019, saying he would defeat Hon. Nkeiruka Onyejeocha and emerge victorious in the general election.

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