Delta 2023: I won’t build more houses if elected – Agbi
By Kelvin Ohoror
- Canvasses support for Clement Oyibo
The gubernatorial candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party Dr Goodnews Goodman Agbi has affirmed that he will not build more houses apart from the two houses he has now presently in Oleh and his hometown Oyede.
He disclosed this to newsmen during the campaign tour to Oyede, Ivrogbo-Irri, Idheze, Orie-Irri, Utue-Irri and Oleh in Isoko South and North local government area, Delta State.
According to him, “I always tell people that I built a very small house in Oleh and my hometown, Oyede, if I am elected I will not build a house in Asaba or anywhere else. I will use Delta State money to develop the state. People shouldn’t look at where I come from they should look at what I intend to do for the state.
“I have been very consistent fighting for justice, fighting for the downtrodden people, fighting for the oppressed, defending the defenceless, grooming the future generation as a lecturer. I have always been nominated as the best student-friendly lecturer by my students in all the schools I have taught, in Ozoro polytechnic, now Delta State University of Science and Technology, Delta State University Abraka, Oleh Campus. Ask any of my ex-students, they will tell you Dr Goodnews Agbi is a benevolent person with a good heart. I will govern Delta with a human face.
“If you look at what happened during the just concluded Presidential and National Assembly election in Nigeria people are no longer voting for a party rather they are voting for individuals with impeccable character that can give the people quality and effective representation.
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“Since we have been hearing of Obidient Movement, Mr Peter Obi never gave money to people to campaign and vote for him, a lot of people voted for him without money. We shouldn’t look at the party come March 11th vote for me and the House of Assembly candidate Isoko South Constituency 1 Hon. Clement Oyibo a. k a Bako.
“In Isoko people are always afraid when you tell them I am contesting for governor and I cannot be discouraged. But at the moment I am fully primed to contest the governorship. If people are looking at where you hail from or how much money you have, Mr Peter Obi will not win Lagos State, Nasarawa and other states.
“It is what the person can offer and the character of the person is what voters are looking for, that will make them vote for him.”
On his part, the House of Assembly candidate for Isoko South Constituency 1 under the platform of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) Hon. Clement Oyibo stated that, if given the mandate he will sponsor people-oriented bills that will bring about change and development in the constituency.
According to him, “I will sponsor a bill that will take those children you see around burial and marriage ceremony begging food, money and even stealing people’s money from the street and give them quality education so that their mindset and orientation will change.”
He said that among the candidates jostling for the House of Assembly seat, he is the most qualified person to represent the good people of Isoko South Constituency 1
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