Aspirant for Ohaji-Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency seat, Ngozi RBK Okafor has applauded people of the federal constituency for their unalloyed support since after the All Progressives Congress primary election that robbed them of victory.
Ngozi Okafor therefore promised to repay their kindness and support with robust and effective representation when elected.
She assured that her emergence will birth the beginning of a new era in the federal constituency, particularly in the area of jobs and employments into federal agencies, youth and women empowerment, scholarship schemes and poverty alleviation interventions among many others.
Ngozi Okafor who is challenging the APC ticket in court, reposed confidence that she will emerge victorious despite the antics of enemies of progress who are doing everything within their power to sabotage the people’s interest.
She resolved to challenge her case with every arsenal within her power until success is achieved, noting that nothing will deter her from pursuing her case to a logical conclusion because she has the support of the grassroots.
She advised the APC not to concede the ticket to an unpopular candidate, one not known to the people, warning that such will cost the party victory in 2023.
Ngozi Okafor was emphatic in her support to the shared prosperity government of Senator Hope Uzodimma, whom, she described as a progressive governor that is doing his best to write his name in gold.
She prayed the Governor not to allow men with questionable characters smear his efforts and bring his government to disrepute.
She however appealed to the Governor to wade into the matter with a view to resolving it amicably by giving her the party ticket.
Ngozi Okafor recalled how she toured the federal constituency campaigning for the APC, and subsequently gained the support of the masses, but however, regretted that her joy was cut short following the day light robbery that happened during the primary and the rerun elections.
Recall that Ngozi had approached the court to seek justice after the rerun election as ordered by the court was marred by a lot of irregularities.
Despite the shenanigans that happened on the election day, one Eugene Dibiagwu who sources said, was not qualified to stand for the election, was illegally declared winner.
Political experts from the area, are still wondering why APC would want to risk the federal constituency seat by fielding an unpopular, unqualified candidate.

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