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Agbodike, Udemadu assure continued quality representation

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DEPUTY Majority Leader and member representing Ihiala II Constituency in Anambra State House of Assembly, Paschal Agbodike, has announced his intention to recontest the 2019 House of Assembly seat for the Ihiala ii constituency.

Dr. Agbodike, who made the declaration at the All Progressives Grand Alliance Party Secretariat in Awka said his ambition was driven by the clarion call of his constituents for him to re-contest given his good performance in his first outing.

The Lawmaker re-pledged his loyalty to serve the people of his constituency, comprising the Ebonesie communities of Mbosi, Azia, Orsumoghu, Ubuluisi Uzor, Lilu and Isseke, as well as Okija community.

He noted that some of his constituents enjoying his scholarship scheme are desirous that the electorate in the area will vote for him in the 2019 House of Assembly election to continue their scholarship scheme.

Dr. Agbodike further spoke of his efforts to galvanize his constituents to collect their permanent voter cards and expects those yet to collect their PVCs to do so before the election.

On his part, the member representing Ihiala 1 constituency in the state House of Assembly, Livinus Chidi Udemmadu also declared his intentions to recontest the Ihiala 1 constituency seat in the state House of Assembly.

Udemmadu confirmed his numerous contributions to the people of his constituency and promised to re-contest to consolidate his service to them.

The lawmaker noted that the issue of lawmaking anchors on integrity and the capacity to deliver, which he possesses to deliver to his constituents.

On his part, an aspirant of the APGA party contesting the 2019 state House of Assembly for Aguata constituency 1, Isaac Okpala Nzekwe promised that if elected into office, to sustain his humanitarian services to the people of his constituency.

In another development, the deputy transition committee chairman for Awka South Local Government Area, Chief Obiorah Okafor, who presided over the meeting of councilors in the council’s headquarters in Amawbia, announced that ahead of the APGA party primaries, councilors in the area have been mandated to select three credible delegates from their wards to participate in selecting standard bearers for the party seeking nomination during the primaries.

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