•Says he has no issue with Kachukwu
•PDP remains my party and my platform-Nwoko
In preparation for the general election of 2019, a one-time member of the National Assembly, Prince Chinedu Mumir Nwoko, has assured the people of Delta North senatorial district that he will represent them at the Senate.
Ned Nwoko made this declaration during a parley with the members of the Delta Online Publishers Forum, DOPF on Sunday, November 12, 2017, in his Country home in Idumeje-Ugboko.
According to him, going to the Senate became imperative as a result of his burning desire to provide the people of Delta North a capacity representation, as the area presently lacks proper representation.
In his words, “My drive for the Senate provides is aimed at providing the needed capacity to develop the senatorial district and the entire state which the state and the Delta North especially had suffered because of the lack of capacity representation.
Continuing, the onetime member of the House of Representatives used the opportunity to state that he is not having any issues with the Honourable Minister of State for Petroleum, Mr Emmanuel Ibe Kachukwu.
In the same manner, the architect of the Paris Refund further explained that just as no one is presently giving him the chance, so also people never gave president Buhari and his friends the chance, as it was done to Donald Trump in America.
When queried about the platform he hopes to actualize his ambition on? The lawyer turned politician simply responded; the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of Course.
“Am contesting for the Senate to represent Delta North, and no one can say there is no Vacancy, there is a vacancy for other possible aspirants.” He said.
He emphatically stated that he will be contesting for the Senate on no other platform, but the Peoples Democratic Party. “Who says there is no vacancy? He queried.
Barrister Nwaoko further pointed that the election is fast approaching, and like any other politician he is working out winning strategies to first get the party nomination when the time comes, which he said is to pick the form and work on the delegates.
He, therefore, appealed to party members from the district that when the lid is opened for the election process to begin they should make the right choice.