A former chairmanship candidate on the platform of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in the 2016 local government poll in Abia state, Honourable Ikenna Echeowodo has described Chief Charles Nzechi as the best material to represent the people of Ikwuano/Umuahia constituency in the National Assembly come 2019.
This is even as he wooed the businessman to join APGA, which he described as the only political party in the state that has interest of the masses at heart.
Echewodo who stated this in an interview with journalists while reacting on the conferment chieftaincy title on Mr. Charles Nzechi by Ohuhu Traditional rulers Council held on Wednesday at Nkwoachara Isingwu in Umuahia north local government of the state.
He said he has confidence that if the renowned philanthropist avail himself for the seat, he(Nzechi) would ameliorate the sufferings of Ikwuano/Umuahia and bring succour to the masses.
Echewodo who described the honour bestowed on Mr. Charles Nzechi as well deserved, advised the politician to continue with his humanintrains services which is aimed at bringing succor to the poor.
According to him;”To be sincere, am appealing to Chief Charles Nzechi to make himself available for the seat of Ikwuano/Umuahia federal constituency. He has shown examples through his humanitarian services. He has empowered many youths in Abia state. I will advise him to join APGA, if he decides to heed to his appeal”.
“Let me also congratulate him on the chieftaincy title(Aha Eji Aga Mba na ala Ohuhu) conferred on him by his own people. With this honour, I believe it will encourage him(Nzechi) to do more for humanity.
” We are wooing and calling on him to join politics and represent us. He is a man with large heart, who always listen to the cries of his people”.
“Am assuring that Ikwuano which is the stronghold of APGA, will support him if he decides to toe the path of the progressives”.
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