WE ARE TIRED OF 16 YEARS OF FAILED PROMISES SAYS GARIKI LIVESTOCK MARKET, PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR CHIEF AMOBI OGAH.
By: Promise Udeh
Chief Amobi Ogah, the labour Party candidate for Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal House of Representatives was unanimously received by traders and residents of the Lokpa Gariki livestock market.
The traders who spoke through their leaders: Alhaji Anir Umar, Alhaji Mohammed Bulama, Alhaji Oseni Bello, and Alhaji Buba Ahmed noted that it is worrisome that the political class have used religion and ethnicity to divide a once united and prosperous Nigeria. Today, they stressed that insecurity have ravaged the North, the West, the South as well as the Eastern part of Nigeria. They reiterated that they will support Mr Peter Obi and the Labour Party because other parties have been deceptive to their tears.
They also commended that Chief Amobi Ogah, being an entrepreneur, also understands the challenges they face as traders and therefore have a better understanding of their plights such as none provision of water supply, insecurity and other challenges. They regretted that despite their support for the outgoing member of House of Reps, their existence were only remembered during election period. They also acknowledge that his success as the CEO of Pauli Mama is an indication that, just like Peter Obi, Amobi Ogah will replicate the same success at the House of Representatives for the benefit of the community.
An elated Chief Amobi Ogah who was visibly aware of their numerous challenges such as none availability of portable water for human and livestock use, insecurity, none availability of formal education system amongst other, assured them that the coming Labour Party will make town hall meetings a priority for galvanizing their complains and channeling the same to the National Assembly for deliberations.
Amobi Ogah thanked them for realizing that Labour Party is the only party that does not campaign, but preaches the new Nigeria project beyond tribe and religion and enjoined them to vote for All Labour Party candidates.