Ahead of the 2023 general elections, a political orator cum business man, philanthropist and environmental activist, Chief Ibiosiya Nath-Sukubo has thrown his hat to contest as Senator to represent the good people of Rivers West Senatorial District.

Chief Sukubo, who is popularly known nationwide, via a viral video with heavy grammatical vocabulary while fighting for the right of his people at the Kalabari ethnic nationality, stated that it is time for a shift in paradigm and restoration of the dignity of the people of Rivers West Senatorial District.

He spoke with newsmen in an interview, shortly after picking his Nomination and Expression of Interest Forms in Abuja.

According to the grassroots mobilizer and eloquent personality, the lost glory of the cities of Ahoada, Omoku and Buguma must be restored within the period of representation of the zone as a Senator.

He argued that over-concentration in Port Harcourt “is doing us no good”.

He said: “The Rivers West has the highest concentration of oil and gas with the attendant environmental pollution and degradation hence environmental revolution is highly desirable”.

The APC Senatorial Hopeful for Rivers West, described the APC as one family, advising that no one individual should be treated as an outcast or second class citizen.

He regretted that such ill-treatment has been the bane to the success of APC in the last two political dispensations.

He affirmed that: “It is time to take the party (APC) to its rightful place in Rivers State”.

He warned that members should stop using the name of the leader of the party, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi to create unnecessary crisis and tension within the party.

“People should stop aggravating propensity and exacerbating opprobrium in the party by constantly dragging the name of His Excellency, Rotimi Amaechi on every issue and creating so much balkanisation”.

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