2023: Nwokoye Assures Constituents Of Quality Representation

John Nwokoye
  • I strongly believe in the plans of the new administration of Prof Chukwuma Soludo

By: IFEANYI Okonkwo

The Member representing Awka North Constituency at the Anambra State House of Assembly Hon. John Nwokoye has assured his constituents of quality representation and dividends of democracy.

Nwokoye who is the house committee chairman on Agriculture while speaking in an interactive session in Awka revealed that a great number of motions and matter of urgent public importance, already sponsored by him at the floor of the hallowed chamber, ended with little or no response from the previous government.

“About 80 percent of the countless motions i have moved in the house, speaks about the dilapidated state of our roads in Àwka North and while promises are made by the Willie Obiano led administration then, nothing was done until he left office”

“I recalled during a budget defence of the Ministry of Work in 2019, I strongly asked the question if Awka North was part of Anambra and vow to lead demonstration, not minding my second tenure chances, if nothing is done to address the ugly situation”.

Nwokoye expressed displeasure at the continuous neglect of the roads in Àwka North which according to him are currently in a sorry state.

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Hon. Nwokoye who frowned at the marginalization of Awka North revealed that the condition of the constituency has continued to give him grief concern.

“I strongly believe in the plans of the new administration of Prof Chukwuma Soludo. Am calling on him to take very serious the ‘Save Our Souls’ (SOS) call on ndi Awka North, and not toe the part of his predecessor.

“I will continue partnering with Governor Chukwuma Soludo because the actualization of the dreams and yearnings of Awka North is still achievable.

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