….Call’s For Unity In Diversity
By Chibuike Nwabuko
Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The Honorable Member Representing the good people of Ndokwa/Ukwani Federal Constituency at the 10th National Assembly, Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi has congratulated the people of Ndokwa/ Ukwani and other Nigerians as the country commemorates its 63rd year of independence.
In a press statement signed by his Media Consultant Charles Onah Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi emphasized the importance of unity as a beacon of hope for our nation.
While acknowledging the challenges faced over the years, including insecurity, total blackout in Ndokwa/Ukwani Communities says there’s hope.
Though the Hon. Member recently move a motion and other petition in the chamber of House of Representatives Urging Federal ministry of power and TCN to urgently restore power to Ndokwa Ukwani Communities, the communities has suffered massive neglect in the past by NDDC and other agencies.
He assured his Commitment to develop the region, and will also address issues of unemployment by creating massive skills acquisitions for woman and youth in the region.
Reflecting on recent sport Festival hosted by Delta State government which Delta state came out first in the game, he expresses satisfaction in the outcome of the games that the younger generation will do better in economy, technology, education, music and other creative art.
Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi highlighted the resilience of Nigerians towards nation building.
He emphatically stated that “With the leadership of Honourable Tajudeen Abbas PhD. the speaker House of Representatives, restoring power supply to Ndokwa /Ukwani Communities by Federal government and TCN under my watch is my ultimate priority.
We will ensure unity, fairness, and equity in government policies and administrations to the good people of Ndokwa/Ukwani Federal Constituency.
While urging the nation to embrace its diversity as a source of strength and collaborate towards a brighter future for generations yet unborn, Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi called on Nigerians to honour the sacrifices of past heroes and recognize the potentials in each citizen as we collectively build our nation.