The Labour Party candidate for Arochukwu Ohafia Federal Constituency, Chief Ibe Okwara Osonwa says he is the most prepared candidate to represent the constituency in 2023.
Osonwa stated this on Monday morning, during a radio program on Sun Fm Igbere, urging his opponents to step down for him in the interest of peace and stability.
He stated that he was in the race to effect change by sponsoring quality bills and motions, attracting and executing quality projects, critical empowerment of youths and women noting that: “‘Eloquence helps you fight your course and docility is a disadvantage.”
On how he would relate with his constituents, he said: “I take the responsibility of being your Servant Leader seriously and believe that an inclusive leadership via constant consultation is the most adequate way to make sure that everyone is carried along and nobody is left behind.
“I plan to run a monthly consultation session targeted for the last week of the month where I will open up my diary online and at my constituency office where each constituent of the both Arochukwu and Ohafia Local Government will be allowed to put in a private consultation with me lasting thirty minutes. Each Local Government will get one day of this private consultation to allow constituent accessibility to air their individual grievances, opinion and suggestions.
“Each Local Government will also be given a day where the traditional rulers will be engaged in a town hull meeting to discuss ongoing in each community they’ll also be a day set aside for similar consultations with community leaders and stakeholder from each of the Local Government to make sure every segment of the community is carried along.
“These meeting and consultation will in effect serve as a monthly update report of the mandate set to me by the constituent as well as providing an opportunity for the mandate to be renewed every month as opposed to every four years.”
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