2023: I will lobby State Govt. To make Ibaji road motorable – Comfort Ojoma Nwuchiola Egwaba
By Yahaya Idris.
Preparatory towards the upcoming 2023 general elections, Hon. Comfort Ojoma Nwuchiola alias Egwaba on Thursday vow to make Ibaji road motorable and attract more development to the constituency if voted in as lawmaker, saying doing so will restore the lost glory of her people.
Ewuchiola Egwaba is the candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, from Ibaji constituency, Kogi State promised to lobby state government to transform the area better than she met it.
The woman politician was speaking at a debate program organized by the Ibaji chapter of the National Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN, in commemoration of the celebration of the Nigerian youth which holds on 12 August every year.
While unveiling her action plans, she said she will canvas for people with special needs and women’s increase political participation in the electoral process, adding that such has been her focus of efforts to both mobilize the female vote and boost support ahead of the 2023 election.
“I have the experience, I am more determined to render quality representation to my people through legislative lobby”.
Speaking further on her legislative agenda/plans, Comfort Ojoma Nwuchiola said she will sustain her commitment to making Ibaji road motorable through a partnership with State Emergency Management Agency and National Emergency Management Agency alongside other relevant agencies for robust mitigation measures to address age-long Ibaji annual flooding.
She said her administration will have a functional constituency office both at ward and local government headquarters where town hall meetings with constituents will hold with the sole aim to attract infrastructure and social amenities, adding that she will facilitate empowerment, and skill acquisition programs for youths, women, and farmers.
He said under her watch as a legislator she will lead in dialogue government, interest groups, and IDPs as part of efforts to enhance the overall development of Ibaji LG.
” I will ensure Ibaji people get fair appointments, rural electrification/solar power projects, and other forms of democratic dividends.”
“I will promote inclusiveness in ensuring rights of women, youths and people with special needs are also addressed.”
She thanked the youths of Ibaji for the opportunity afforded her to interface with the electorate, and pledged never to let them down if voted.
Global Times Nigeria reports that the event had the Executive Chairman of the council, Special Adviser to Governor of Kogi State, youths from within and outside Ibaji, lecturers, and a host of others.