The minority leader of the House of Representatives, Rep Ndudi Elumelu, has urged Delta State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, to run for the presidency of Nigeria in 2023.
The lawmaker called on Asaba, Delta state on Saturday, insisting that Governor Okowa had everything it could take to ‘save’ the country from the evil rule of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The minority leader, who spoke at the inauguration of the second Rotary Club President for the 2021/2022 Rotary Club Year (Asaba Downtown District 9141 club), emphasized that Governor Okowa “should be the President, to have the ability to reproduce its own. Achievements in large-scale community development and human economic development in Delta State, at the national level.
“I should commend Governor Okowa for his selfless service and sacrifice that has led to great development in our state as well as a better standard of living for our people.
“Governor Okowa is an exceptional contribution not only to Delta State, but also to our country Nigeria, in general. I am convinced that he has been endowed with the capacity and expertise to serve our country to the fullest extent so that he can replicate the successes recorded in our state at the national level.
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“I sincerely call on him to relinquish his service to the nation. He deserves to be president of this country, come 2023 ”Elumelu said.
Minority leaders lamented that the country “has ruined the weak APC government, is divisive, lacks direction and blames it for“ increasing killings, senseless bloodshed, terrorism, theft, infrastructure destruction, extreme poverty, severe economic crisis and hopelessness ”that are plaguing the country right now.
“There has never been such a tragedy in our country’s history. Therefore, I call on all Nigerians to join hands in the struggle for democracy to save our country from the APC. This is largely because there is no way our country will survive if the APC is allowed to stay in power one day beyond 29 May 2023.
In appointing the new president of the Rotary Club, Rtn Odinigwe Odigie, to know that the task ahead is a daunting one, the young president has expressed optimism that he will do well, due to the difficult process. established by Governor Okowa.
He described Rtn Odigie as a humble, resourceful and compassionate man with a heart for good, adding that he was a resolute man with a wealth of experience in the field of performance management. handed over to him.
Elumelu praised Rotary Club, Asaba Downtown District 9141 “for touching people’s lives in so many unique ways”.
“The club will not be discouraged but will redouble its efforts to address the challenges of access to quality education, especially in rural areas, urban development, access to skills and employment for youth and the protection of the environment,” he said. us from damage.