By Victor Ahiuma-Young
A MEMBER of the House of Representa-tives, representing Ika Federal Constituency, Mrs. Doris Uboh, has called on the political elite in the country to shun politics of exclusion and embrace the universally acclaimed politics of inclusion in order to strengthen the nationâ€™s democracy.
Uboh, who spoke atÂ a civic reception organised in herÂ honour by the Ekuku-Agbor community in Ika council area, assured people of her constituents of her avowed commitments to attract more dividends of democracy to the area and called for continued peace and support of government policies and programmes.
A statement by her Special Assistant, Mr. Williams Omorogie, said Uboh disclosed that the Abavo-Ekuku-Agbor road project and other socio infrastruc-tures would be executed in the area.
The immediate past deputy governor of Delta State, Chief BSC Elue, in his remark, acknowledged the excellent performance of Doris Uboh and charged other elected representatives of the people to brace up to the task of bringing develop-ment projects to their people.
Chief Elue said the only elected representative could justify the mandate given to them was to bring development projects to them.
Earlier in the welcome address, the National Chairman of Ekuku-Agbor Progressive Union, Hon.B.T.O.Owah extolled the leadership qualities of the law maker adding that the people of the area have benefitted immensely since she was elected to represent the people of the area.
He enumerated some of the achievements of the law maker o include the installation of 7.5MVA injection sub station at Ekuku â€“Agbor, supply of drugs to fifteen health centres, supply of science equipments to the secondary schools and construction of a block of six classrooms at Ekuku-Agbor Grammar school, Ekuku-Agbor.