LEKWESI COMMUNITY: WE WILL VOTE OUR CONSCIENCE THROUGH AMOBI OGAH.
By: Promise Udeh.
There was jubilation in Lekwesi community in Umunneochi LGA as Chief Amobi Ogah, Rev Obinna of the Obidient movement and other members of the Labour Party Campaign Organization came for consultations.
Lekwesi community decried marginalization and greed orchestrated by the 16 year tenured House of Rep Member who have incessantly failed to honour the gentlymanly agreement between the people of Isuikwuato and Umunneochi by withholding a position that ordinarily should rotate between the two LGAs as a recipe for disaster. They said, that Labour Party and Chief Amobi Ogah’s manifesto reflects the yearning of Lekwesi people for development and peace.
Specifically, they cried over the daily kidnappings, Killings of women and children in their community and wondered why the incumbent, due to her party affiliation with the federal government have decided not to speak up for them at the National Assembly. They pledged total vote for AMOBI OGAH for their survival as a community.
The men and women did not only endorse Amobi Ogah and the Labour Party, they also poured traditional libations and jointly offered prayers for his candidacy and quest to liberate Isikwuato/Umunneochi constituency from the politics of sharing rice and wrapper every four years into the era of good development.
Amobi Ogah thanked them for the warm reception. He assured them that insecurity, Kidnappings and other criminalities along the Gariki-Lokpa axis which have stalled economic development will be a thing of the past because his voice and support will be heard far and loud on the Floor of the Green Chambers of the National Assembly.
Amobi noted that it was unfortunate that 4 or 5 Kilometer constituency roads which were duly awarded and paid for, always ended up as 300 or 400 Meter roads without accountability for the rest of the funds. He assured that the transparent government of Mr Peter Obi will ensure that the era of cutting corners and stealing of public money will be over in no distant time. He enjoined them to vote for Labour Party for a better Nigeria.