G-17 Appeals To Abua/Odual/Ahoada East Fed. Constituency Rep On Human Capital Development

A political group known as G-17 of Abua/Odual/Ahoada Federal Constituency has appealed to the member, representing Abua/Odual/Ahoada East Federal Constituency, Hon. Solomon Bob, to channel more efforts in human capital development.

The group stated that the lawmaker should rather equip his constituents with more employment and empowerment opportunities as to spread the dividends to every part of the constituency.

In a statement signed by the group’s chairman, Blessed Oyagiri, and made available to journalists in Port Harcourt, Friday, January 26, stated that the lawmaker has displayed quality representation that should endear him to his people.

He pointed out that Bob’s notable impacts were just a tip of the iceberg, adding that his recent inauguration as member of the 10th Assembly would bring more progress and development to the constituency.

The group further hailed the lawmaker for being more interested in impacting lives than personal gains, pledging the continued support of his constituents in his future endeavours.

They described the lawmaker as a jinx breaker, who has been able to institutionalize lawmaking through his dogged determination and intellectual prowess at the floor of the green chamber by sponsoring peoples oriented bills and positive motions that have impacted greatly on Nigerians, adding that his style of politics has placed him above his predecessors.

The lawmaker was also commended for bringing a “burst of fresh air” to politics in his constituency through projects and empowerment.

The group urged the people of Abua/Odual/Ahoada East Federal Constituency to continue to render the required support and synergy for Bob to move the constituency forward politically and economically.

Oyagiri, in the statement further urged the people to eschew politics of bitterness, advising that the act of ‘if not me’ syndrome be shunned and rather join hands with the constituency representative, Hon Solomon Bob to move the area forward.

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