The Need For Ukwuani, Ndoshimili Electorates To Have Their PVCs

Delegates alone should not be allowed by the electorates to decide the political strength and scheme of things in the Ukwuani and Ndoshimili nations.

An Academician, a Professor of Finance and Human Resources Management in the newly created department, Faculty of Petroleum Management, University of Petroleum Resources Effurun Warri Delta State, Professor Ifeanyi Chukuma NWOSE charged the electorates to come out en masse, to register and have their Permanent Voters’ Card (PVC) for improved voting strength.

He charged electorates to be battle-ready with their PVCs to flush out non-performing and unpopular politicians who hide under the canopy and strategy of buying their way by collecting a list of delegates from INEC and setting their way through to victory.

Prof Nwose who doubles as the External Coordinator, Strategic Plan Development and Implementation Directorate Office of the Vice-Chancellor, explained that the only way to decide your political future is to participate in the forthcoming elections by voting for candidates of your choice.

He recalled that in the past when Abuja forced Mrs. Mariam Ali into Delta State as a Senatorial candidate (PDP), Chief Patrick Osakwe, (of blessed memory) the popular wish of Delta State PDP at that time, returned to Senate under another party ADC and soon after the victory of the electorates, returned to PDP where he rightly belongs.

Addressing Journalists in the conference room of his office, Nwose who is sensitizing the public on voters registration, advised that upcoming elections should not be left for delegates and unpopular politicians to continue to keep Ukwuani and Ndoshimili nations behind in the scheme of things in Delta State.

“The era of accountability and responsibility has come. If any Political Officeholder refuses to show credible evidence of his stewardship in service to his people, the campaign period provides an opportunity for such and the people should choose and dictate with the ballot paper, the candidate of their choice.

“It is very unfortunate that INEC has left only three capturing machines for the entire Ukwuani and Ndoshimili people.

“Something should be done and fast too before the sensitized youths act otherwise,” he warned.

The External Coordinator pointed out that Ndokwa Nations have lost a lot of ground; like the Kwale Polytechnic, FUATA Aboh that its Campus is suspected to be sited in Ibusa, the hometown of Senator Nwoboshi against having a Campus within the host Communities.

He lamented that there is IPP Power Station in Okpai on Ndoshimili soil while the entire Ukwuani and Ndoshimili nation had remained in perpetual darkness.

Other neglects suffered by the region were nonexistent tertiary institutions, the abandoned Okpai/Benekuku bridge, and the lack of a viable network of roads are pains too much for Ukwuani and Ndoshimili people to bear.

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