James Ibechi

2023: House of Reps aspirant, Oloko, promises constituents effective representation

*Picks PDP nomination, interest forms

By James Ibechi

An aspirant to Oju/Obi Federal Constituency seat at the National Assembly, Comr. Oloko Ralph Ogbaji, has promised to offer effective and efficient representation by bringing the dividends of democracy to his

constituents if elected.
Popularly called Oloko 1, the former Oju LG chairmanship aspirant made the pledge when he picked the Expression of Interest and Nomination Forms to participate in the House of Representatives race on the platform of People’s Democratic Party, PDP, at the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja on Monday.

Accompanied by some North Central Youths of the PDP, Oloko obtained the form alongside his supporters.
The intending federal lawmaker, while speaking with jamesibechi.com on phone said: ” I aspire to serve the good people of Oju/Obi Federal Constituency at the National Assembly.
“I give God the glory for this remarkable day in my life to answer people’s calls to duty. I sincerely appreciate all our youths who came to wait for me and to show their solidarity. I wish to use this medium to request Igede wellwishers to avail me their partnership and collaboration in this project. It is high time we build together rather than selling our children’s future for momentary money needs.
“My yield to the several calls to contest the 2023 election is not borne out of selfish interest, but to use my youthful age and pool of knowledge to give to Igede Nation.
“I’m currently reviewing my ‘Oloko Policy Document’ for Oli’Igede, which I will unveil soon at the federal constituency Headquarters in Oju.
“It is my sincere desire to change the political direction through effective representation and service delivery.”
Oloko urged co-aspirants to see him as a messenger.
“I call on those contesting alongside with me to see me as a messenger.”
He also pledged unalloyed support to the party to which he has been a faithful member since its formation in 1998.

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