By Festus Ahon
ASABA—AHEAD of the 2019 general elections, Chief Fred Ajudua has asked the people of Oshimili North local government area, Delta State to stick to diligence and experience in their choice on who represents them in all the elective positions.
Addressing the Leader, Principal officers and councillors of the legislative arm of Oshimili North local government council, Ajudua solicited for grassroots mobilization support for the reelection of of his wife, Mrs Pat Ajudua who represents Oshimili North in the State House of Assembly for fourth term.
He said the trio of “Okowa, Nwaoboshi and Mrs Pat Ajudua have done very well in the present positions they occupy”, stressing that “they deserved another tenure to consolidate on their achievements”.
Ajudua said “the meeting with the councillors is in continuation of the consultative visits to critical stakeholders in the locality on the reelection bid of Mrs Pat Ajudua”, stating that “over 70 projects scattered across the local government area were attracted by the lawmaker who has never been found wanting on the floor of the House”.
He explained that the Ajudua family is in politics to further expand their humanitarian services to the people, pointing out that “Our priority have been to improve the wellbeing of the people, and no one has been left in doubt about the ability of my wife, Mrs Ajudua in providing quality representation to the people of Oshimili North in the state legislature”.
Ajudua reminded the people that elections are not won in the social media, urging the people to ignore all sorts of blackmail in the social media by those he described as enemies of Oshimili North, maintaining that “in politics what matters most is popularity, contacts and service”.
The Chief Whip, Mrs Pat Ajudua said “together with my husband, development of Oshimili North has always been the driving force”, stressing that “my desire to seek reelection into the Delta State House of Assembly under the platform of PDP is born out of the need to attract more development to my people”.
Some of the elders of Oshimili North and members of Princes Pat Ajudua Project 2019, including Chief Tony Ogbo, said Mrs Ajudua has achieved in both delivery of projects and sponsorship of bills and motions that had brought development to Oshimili North local government and the state in general.
They charged the people to keep faith with experience as the Chief Whip has all it takes to sustain the tempo of development in the local government area.
The Leader of Oshimili North Legislative Arm, Mr Emeke Odogu and the Deputy Majority Leader, Miss Tina Nwaokocha promised to mobilize for the sustenance of development and good governance of the Local Government Area. They commended the Ajuduas for the consultative visit.