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My achievements are not hidden – Ibida

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MEMBER, representing Njikoka 2 at Anambra State House of Assembly and chairman House Committee on Trade and Commerce, Pete Ibida has urged Ndi-Anambra to vote massively for the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) candidates at the coming election, stating that APGA remains the best party.

Ibida, who is seeking to be re-elected to the state legislature in an interview said, “Against all odds, APGA remains the best and cleanest party. There is sanity and the candidates that emerged in APGA are very credible. I am contesting against weaker candidates.

My constituents have been cheering, supporting and backing me up all through my campaign. They are always there for me and are ready to contribute their quarter when called upon. That is why they chose me to represent them for a second tenure. With these in mind, I am convinced that i am blessed and God is with me. I give all glory to God and by the grace of God, I will be victorious.

“For the first time, my constituents are feeling the impact of parliamentary duty and good representation. They have seen what I have attracted and my vibrancy at the plenary.”

On his achievements, the law marker said, “My constituency projects are not hidden and they are prominent. They include clinics, markets and pavilions at the three towns, human development, scholarships and most importantly, there is peace between  my people and I; very strong relationship.

I urge my constituents to remain faithful to our course and to the mandate they gave me by being prayerful for me and the entire system and especially for His Excellency, Chief (Dr) Willie Obiano, the Executive Governor of Anambra State and all the people involved in governance.

“They should continue to be good followers and we will endeavour to be good leaders so that the system will be more functional. All we want is peace, progress and unity. These are needed to attain success.”

The outspoken politician outlined erosion menace at Nimo (21 sites), Abba and Abagana as projects that need urgent attention, disclosing that they are part of the project he will tackle If re-elected.

“This erosion menace has engulfed farm lands and cut of roads. I wish the government will fund the roads awarded so that we can do something tangible before raining season.”

 

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