RIVERS ASSEMBLY MEMBER, CHRISTIAN AHIAKWO REVEALS WHY HE VOTED IN EPA ELECTION
The lawmaker representing Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Constituency One in the Rivers State House of Assembly, Dr (Hon.) CHRISTIAN AHIAKWO says his participation in the process of electing a new set of executives for the EGI PEOPLE’S ASSEMBLY (EPA) underscores the importance of the just concluded election.
Speaking to Journalists in an interview, Dr AHIAKWO disclosed that he decided to vote so as to decide the next set of leaders in Egi land in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni LGA (ONELGA).
“My participation underscores the importance of this election because we must move Egi forward.
“And for us to move Egi forward, we must build a formidable umbrella body, such as EPA, that’s why I said I must be a delegate in this election, so I can decide who governs Egi”.
He expressed satisfaction at the outcome of the election, saying ” I am 100% satisfied; from the delegate selection to accreditation, there was no intimidation, everything was properly done. Even at the point of sorting and counting of votes, everything was properly done to the admiration of all the aspirants”.
The Rivers State lawmaker also spoke on his expectation now that new executives of EPA have emerged.
“My expectation is the growth of Egi, the outgoing exco has led us to a point, I expect that UGOCHUKWU ORIKOHA and his team will lead us to another point”, he concluded.