Assembly Aspirant Berates Vote Trading In Anambra

… decries erosion devastation
Raymond Ozoji,  Awka

A leading contender in the Aguata 1 state constituency seat in Anambra state  house of Assembly in next year’s general elections, Godwin Ezeno, has picked his expression of interest and nomination forms under the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA). He also promised to reposition the legislative stance in his constituency.

He says his campaign and eventual mandate will be hinged on the cardinal objectives to put something in a new place in the state lawmaking narratives by making laws that will draw local and international appeal to erosion menace that has reduced the size of his constituency to clusters of communities.
The renowned economist made this public when he went to pick his expression of interest and nomination forms at the APGA party headquarters in Awka at the weekend. He said that  the state needs urgent national and international attention to remedy erosion devastation across over 1000 sites in the state.
The House of Assembly hopeful who is known for his humane disposition to people, promised to dedicate his wealth of experience to attract local and international agencies to fix depleting erosion devastation that is reducing community landscapes in Anambra state.
Speaking on the need for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to utilize necessary mechanism within its reach to checkmate what he regards as the nuisance of vote buying that poses greater challenge to electing a credible candidate in an election, the economic expert  urged the people to vote candidates based on their antecedents to be able to assemble right people into right positions in governance.

Ezeno expresses deep concern for his people to be rightly positioned in the equation of Anmabra state, noting that his leadership stance would be accessible and would avail his constituents the opportunity to have access to quality representation,  if elected in 2019.

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