See who Ochei is campaigning for in the forthcoming general elections

The youth mobilizer and special adviser on legal matters to the member representing Aniocha South constituency in the Delta state house of assembly, Mr. Afam Ochei, has declared total support and mobilization for the re-election of his principal, Angela Nwaka, assuring the people of Nsukwa clan of more democratic dividends at the second term of Nwaka.
He stated that the second term election of Angela Nwaka would herald the consolidation of her achievements in the local government area, noting that Aniocha South had never witnessed developmental strides since the inception of democracy.
Ochei, who made this known at Ogwashi-Uku during the flag off of Nwaka’s campaign under the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) while addressing the youths of Nsukwa who attended the campaign rally, appealed to the youths of the clan to support Nwaka’s re-election, promising that more of the dividends of democracy would come to Nsukwa clan when his principal is voted back for second term.
Ochei, who is a onetime supervisory councilor in Aniocha South local government, enumerated some of the developmental projects that were attracted by Nwaka to the council area.
The youths mobilizer for Angela Nwaka used the opportunity to appeal to the youths to vote massively for Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for the good works he is doing across the state, noting that since the creation of the state, Aniocha South had not had it so nice in the areas of infrastructural development in terms of roads across the clan.
He reminded the clan that a vote for Angela Nwaka, Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi and Governor Okowa is a vote for development and consolidation.
Barrister Ochei equally noted that APGA in Aniocha South is a political party of repute, positing that APGA aptly represents aggrieved people of Aniocha South seeking for good governance, hence Nwaka contesting under the party but representing the good people of Aniocha South constituency under the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
He appealed to the youths of Nsukwa clan to collect their PVCs and guard them jealously come 16th February and 2nd March 2019, warning that that is what would guarantee them to cast their vote.
He further admonished them to shun all forms of violence during and after elections. He however, noted that APGA stands for Anioma Agenda towards ensuring that the collective resolve of Anioma people to vote back Governor Okowa to government come March 2nd and to vote Angela Nwaka for consolidation remains.

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