Vote buying wont work in Owerri North -Ihenacho Ezenwa
The candidate of the Young Democratic Party (YDP) to represent Owerri North State Constituency in the Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Ihenacho Ezenwa has sounded it loud and clear that vote buying will not have any impact on the electorate of his constituency even as he affirmed that integrity, character and candidate who has what it takes to give them the needed representation would count.
Speaking to our correspondent during an interview secession yesterday in Owerri the state capital, the outspoken hopeful lawmaker, pointed out that time has gone when the future and lives of his people are entrusted in the hands of one man and some individuals who have no interest on their welfare. He made it clear that come next election, he would emerge victorious hence, the people are strongly in support of his ambition to represent them.
On his plans to attract dividends of democracy to his people through sound bills and motions when elected, Hon. Ezenwa revealed that he would introduce soft loan scheme to empower women and youths with view to helping them fend for their families and contribute to the well being of their people in general.
He added that through his representation, he would involve both local and international agencies to embark of programmes that would create employment amongst the teeming unemployed youths which according to him, has been a source of concern to him which led to his decision to aspire to represent them.
Hon. Ihenacho Ezenwa who urged his people to caste their votes in his favour used the opportunity to assure them that if elected, he would deliver on his promises which are aimed at improving their lives.
He further reiterated that vote buying will not work in the area owing to the fact that the people know who has their best interest at hearth, while encouraging his people to resist in totality for their good and their children. He expressed optimism on his victory which he added was sacrosanct for the real development of Owerri North state constituency.