A leading contender for Ohaji-Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, Ngozi RBK Okafor says she is still in court because a wrong candidate was declared winner of the rerun election for the federal constituency.

Ngozi Okafor assured her supporters that justice will be served on the case to enable her reclaim her mandate.
She promised them accountability and transparency when elected.

Ngozi Okafor, who was a guest of Casie-The-Radio-Diva of Darling FM 107.3, weekend, also informed that INEC is yet to upload any name for the Federal Constituency for the February 25 House of Representatives election.
She challenged leaders of the federal constituency to speak out against the injustice meted to her.

“I have paid my dues. I didn’t want anybody to say they gave her the ticket because she is the daughter of so so person. That’s why I worked so hard. All those places they said, don’t go, they are killing people there, I went there. I met all those leaders, they accepted me, why can’t they speak now?”

When it comes to requirements as an aspiring candidate, Ngozi Okafor recalled the judgement of the Appeal Court that declared her the only aspirant that fulfilled all the obligations for the race.

She however, commended Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodimma, for his wonderful programmes for Imo youths, saying that more needs to be done and promised to complement the efforts of the governor when elected.
She advised Imo voters to stand firm and ensure they vote for APC in the coming election.

Adding his voice, the Director General, Ngozi RBK Okafor Campaign Organization, Hon. JohnDonald Ikegwuruka hinted that Ngozi RBK Okafor has come to make things right.

He recalled how Ngozi Okafor aggressively campaigned, reached out to everyone and visited who-is-who in the federal constituency in the build up to the primary election.

He informed that it was a day to the primaries that news filtered in that one Eugene Dibiagwu was in the race, whereas the date for submission of nomination forms had already elapsed.

During the screening in Abuja, Ikegwuruka added, all the aspirants were there, except Eugene Dibiagwu.
He informed that Ngozi Okafor has started well by taking many youths off the streets, and empowering artisans by providing raw materials free of charge, to ease their jobs.

He equally commended the governor for impacting lives in the federal constituency, whilst noting that Ngozi Okafor is the key to the peace the federal constituency needs.

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