Ahead of the March 11 House of Assembly election, commendations have continued to pour in, for the Labour Party candidate for Owerri Municipal State Constituency, Hon. Clinton Amadi following his display of rare competence, candor, maturity and experience at the town hall meeting organized by Justice, Development, Peace and Caritas Commission of the Catholic Archdiocese of Owerri for House of Assembly candidates in Imo State.

Amadi, at the occasion which held at the Jubilee Hall of the Maria Assumpta Cathedral, Owerri, Sunday, gave a clear-cut presentation of his manifesto, and also succeeded in convincing the people of Owerri Municipal Council why he should be supported to represent them at the hallowed chamber.

According to Amadi, who hails from Umuororonjo village in Owerri Municipal Council, the major duty of a legislator is to make laws.

The LP candidate promised to make potent laws that will ensure security of lives and properties and the reduction of cost of governance when elected.

Priding on the mantra of consumption to production, Amadi assured to put in place, the basic infrastructural facilities when elected, with electricity and good road network top on the list.

He regretted that the present Assembly members rejected autonomy for the judiciary, legislature and local governments and promised to be among those that will champion its reversal when elected, stressing that the importance of proper separation of power in governance could not over-emphasized.

While lamenting the unemployment rate in Imo State, Amadi promised to create development centers in Owerri Municipal, such that there will be skill acquisition centers where people will be taught alternative means of livelihood.

He also vowed to return peace and unity in the constituency when elected.

A number of Owerri Municipal indigenes interviewed at the parley, agreed that the Labour Party candidate, Hon. Clinton Amadi is the best candidate among those jostling for the position.

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