Imo East Race: I’m after the well-being of my constituents, says Anyanwu-Akeredolu she appears before APC’s Screening Committee

The First Lady of Ondo State and Aspirant for Imo East Senatorial race, also known as Owerri Zone, Chief Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu, today, appeared before the Screening committee of the All Progressive Congress party, APC.

Mrs. Akeredolu, the Ada Owere 1, who appeared before the Screening Committee of the All Progressive Congress party, at Fraser Suites, Central Business District Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, today, reassured of her commitment to provide quality representation for Owerri Zone’s constituents.

Addressing newsmen shortly after the exercise, Mrs Akeredolu emphasized the importance of quality representation, which, according to her, would bring about sustainable development.

Mrs Akeredolu before the screening committee

She hinted that she was into the contest to elevate the status and well-being of the people of Owerri zone if elected as their Senator.

Highlighting her plans for the Zone, she said: “I’m bringing quality representation because I understood what the issues were; and those issues centered around making sure that people have a good life and that good of life I’m talking about means that people should have enough food to eat, people should have shelter over their head, people should have access to quality health care, and people should be able to have quality education.

L-R: Chairman of Ondo State Universal Basic Education, Rt. Hon. Victor Adekanye, Mrs. Akeredolu and the DG, Performance and Project Monitoring Implementation Unit, Engr. Babajide Akeredolu at the screening venue

” If one can tackle all these issues and with sincerity of purpose, then, it would have come a long way to ensure sustainable development in the well-being of the people”. She stated.

Reacting to the screening process, the Ada Owere, who said it was well-conducted, however, advised that the organiser could do better by ensuring that the screening environment was stress-free.

Story Credit: Mary Agidi


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