As the pendulum settles on Prince Ned Nwoko’s senatorial ambition to represent Delta North senatorial district in the National Assembly, a Delta state House of Assembly aspirant for Aniocha North constituency II, Chike Diji, has described Prince Ned Nwoko as a man that has many men in him.
The House of Assembly hopeful further termed Prince Nwoko as a man of few words, there is no embellishment, he doesn’t talk too many words but his few words are weighty and powerful, they make much meaning and I love that.”
Chief Diji said he also fashioned his life in that direction, saying “and that is the way I fashion my life, those who know me, know that I just tell you how it is and how it’s going to be and not how it should have been or not how it might be.”
On his ambition to represent his people in Delta state assembly, Diji, who hails from Idumuogo, said he is coming to bring his wealth of experience to bear, “as a man that has lived abroad for 28 years, I want to bring to my people what I have seen out there,” he promised.
Asked to speak on Delta state governor’s achievements in three years by May 29, he said “Okowa is another icon of a developer.”
Diji, who revealed that he was the patron of Okowability, a group that supported the governor in 2015, said, “I see him doing works, if he had got more money, he would have done better and that is why so many people don’t look at income as against expenditure.”