-Hon Victor Nwokolo
The member representing Ika Federal Constituency at the Green Chamber of the National Assembly and Chairman, House Committee, on Banking and Currency, Hon Victor Nwokolo, has said that the All Progressives Congress, APC led Federal Government has failed Nigerians, noting that the sufferings Nigerians are passing through at the moment was caused by the APC government.
Nwokolo stated this while addressing PDP members in Ika South during the party’s tours in Wards 7, 8 and 9 last week Saturday, November 28.
His words,”We are here to say thank you to the people of Ika South PDP for your great support for our beloved and result oriented leader, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa. For supporting Governor Okowa, it shall be well with you. May the Almighty God continue to bless,protect and sustain you.
“Governor Ifeanyi Okowa is doing a very good job in the twenty-five local government areas in Delta State. Projects initiated and executed by the Okowa’s government are scattered everywhere in the state.
According to him,” If Federal Government is doing ten percent of what Governor Okowa is doing, the sufferings in Nigeria would have been reduced. That is why we are saying thank you, with unity, we will take over power from APC at the federal level. We need your prayer, we need your loyalty and support as we work towards saving our people from abject poverty.
The federal lawmaker concluded by saying, “My brother there is too much hardship in Nigeria’ at the moment. The hardship is caused by the APC government. Let nobody deceive you or tell you a different story, APC has failed Nigerians. The APC government promised to build sky scrappers in the air, unfortunately, none of the promises was fulfilled.
Another word for APC is backwardness. If you doubt go to the North, you will discover that nothing meaningful is happening there. Therefore, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has made great and positive impacts in our lives politically, we must continue to support and be loyal to him. With Governor Okowa and PDP all of us will continue to smile.”
Hon Patience Onyesom, Hon. Godwin Ezedom & Hon. Caroline Agbi