Raymond Ozoji, Awka
Former governorship aspirant and currently All Progressives Grand Alliance candidate for Onitsha-North and South Federal Constituency seat in the 2019 general elections, Chief Nwachi Bath Onochie Obianwu, says there is virtually no infrastructure whatsoever in Onitsha-North and South federal constituency due to promises that are not kept by individuals who represented the constituency at the green chambers.
Obianwu who spoke to journalists in Onitsha on Monday concerning his mission to the Federal House of Representatives Abuja, lamented that a lot of promises made to the people of Onitsha-North and South federal constituency had not been accomplished, stressing that non-actualisation of campaign promises had become the order of the day in the constituency.
He also observed that even promises kept were not executed, pointing out that there were no roads and no infrastructure necessary to enhance state of the constituency.
Obianwu however assured the constituents of Onitsha-North and South federal constituency that the era of unfulfilled electoral promises was over as he was prepared to launch a viable work plan to transform the constituency as well as usher in the long awaited infrastructural development in the area.
He acknowledged Governor Willie Obiano’s developmental strides across the state and explained that he would borrow a leaf from the governor’s development model to enable him to replicate same in his constituency, noting that Onitsha-North and South was in dire need of indices that would qualify it as a federal constituency.
The Federal House of Representatives hopeful maintained that if elected into the green chambers in 2019, he would facilitate the completion of the second Niger Bridge as well as attract more meaningful projects to his constituency.