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Ndokwa people central to the Fix Ndokwa drive as Ogokuni pledges to fight unemployment through constituency intervention programmes

The All Progressives Congress (APC) House of Representatives hopeful of the Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency, Barr Sylvester Ogokuni, is set on a selfless mission to transform Ndokwa land. The movement which is resonating across every community of Ndokwa nation is encapsulated by the ‘Fix Ndokwa’ mantra as Barr Ogokuni is determined to heal the wounds of the Ndokwa people, perpetuated by selfish politicians, who do not have the interest of the people at heart. In an interactive session with the Abbi born legal luminary, Barr Sylvester Ogokuni laid bare the driving force and the ideology of the Fix Ndokwa initiative. According to him, the ideology embodies the passion to fight the Ndokwa cause and the compassion for mankind. He made it clear the only means to achieve this is by positively influencing laws and policies, and using constituency intervention programmes to address the needs of Ndokwa people, and bringing Federal Government visible presence to Ndokwa land. “What

Kemmer Emina lauds Buhari’s railway revolution

Hon Kemmer Emina is committed to attract development to his constituents As residents jubilate, following the arrival of the first passenger train to Delta State some days ago, a leading Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency aspirant, Hon Kemmer Brightson Emina, has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for his developmental stride. The APC chieftain, who hails from Ebu, Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State, emphasized that the railway project embarked upon by President Buhari would boost economic activities across the nation and bring about the ease of transportation of goods and services within the key sectors of the economy. “I wish to commend our leader, President Muhammadu Buhari, for the foresight and tenacity that sprung the railway project across major cities of our nation and which is geared towards intertwining various sectors of the economy. “It is of note that Mr President extended this massive development to our state as we hope the 154-kilometer Itak