Imegwu promises better representation for Ndokwa nation if elected, indicts Ossai of electoral fraud


Former Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Olisa Imegwu and the Ndokwa Ukwuani Federal Constituency hopeful in the 2019 general elections has given reasons why he suspended the prosecution of Hon. Ossai N. Ossai over an alleged falsification of electoral results to obtained judgment at the electoral appeal tribunal in 2011 promising a sincere representation if elected.
Addressing journalists, Rt. Hon. Imegwu accused Ossai N. Ossai of falsifying some result sheets he tendered to obtained judgment which gave him victory at the tribunal.
He disclosed that he suspend his prosecution because he needed to concentrate on his law programme at that time.
Imegwu later quoted the Certified True Copy of Inspector General of Police approved investigation report as saying; “That from evidence gathered, there is evidence that the result tendered by the suspect Hon. Ossai N. Ossai in respect of Ndokwa East Ward 9, was forged…, that the suspect Hon. Ossai N. Ossai be arraigned in Court for uttering, perjury and forgery and that it was dated June 27, 2013 and authored and signed by Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP Bala Ciroma, Inspector General of Police Monitoring Unit, Abuja.”
While affirming his resolved and determination to represents the Ndokwa Ukwuani Federal Constituency in the National Assembly in 2019, Imegwu called on the Ndokwa Nation to get set to elect credible candidates at all level so as to give the area quality representation.
Recounting his achievements a member representing the Ndokwa East Constituency at the DTHA, he said he took the challenge of the entire Ndokwa Nation as his primary concern, noting that he was instrumental to Afor / Isselegu / Ugiliamai / Utagba-Uno electrification project.
Adding that; “It was the will of God that I should be removed from office as House of Representatives member. Look at the marginalisation of the Ndokwa people now in terms of project allocations who is there to speak? Nobody. I feel so happy that the people now realised my impacts, they now call for my return.”
Continuing;  “When Aboh road was awarded, I almost slept with the contractor on the road on daily basis to ensure a speedy and quality job on the road, today who can do that? Fighting for the masses runs in my blood and I will continue to do that by the grace of God. I chose to study law to further develop myself. As a student i was in the hostel with three students staying together in a room, using same bathroom. I did that to further feel the pains of the people, to learn people more. Very few people knew my status. My attendance  to class was 100 percent. I was not those that seat at home during class hours only to call lecturers after exams. I chose to be like the ordinary person so that i will be able to serve humanity better.”  Imegwu stated.
On the marginalisation of Ndokwa Nation by the NDDC, Imegwu said: “70 percent meant for awarded projects which is not implemented for Ndokwa nation but are being implemented in Itsekiri, Urobho, Ijaw and Isoko communities, must be done for Ndokwa nation. See Ibuzo, Asaba, Issele- Uku and so many other communities NDDC projects abound, credit to their Representatives, I will correct the imbalance when i am elected.” He added.
Imegwu who recently concluded his law programme at the law school, said he is now ready to offer true representation to Ndokwa Nation.
“I was recently endorsed by the Ndokwa Nation and political parties in the state, it gives me joy that people recognises what i stood for. They knew my antecedents. They know what i can do to defend them and i will continue to defend the Ndokwa people any day. By God grace i will use my position as their representative to ensure that the Ndokwa Nation get its due as an oil bearing. I also ensure that the youths are giving the opportunities they deserve to excel. And i will continue to speak for the people.” He added.

 

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