Barr. Kelechi Nnadi, an accomplished legal practitioner has declared his intention to represent the people of Isu, Nwangele, Njaba and Nkwerre federal constituency in the Federal House of Representatives come 2019. He made the disclosure at the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Isu LGA party office. The event attracted many dignitaries from the four local government areas that make up the federal constituency, among whom was Rt. Hon. Okey Dike (Ikeoha Isu), a onetime House of Assembly member from the area. Also in attendance was Chief Mathew Asomugha among others.
Barr Kelechi Nnadi is said to have been a grassroot mobilizer who has shown commitment to the welfare of his people in different ways. Addressing party leaders and his teaming supporters at Isu LGA APGA office, Barr. Nnadi said he was offering himself for a selfless service to his constituents. He decried the fact that over the years the people of Isu, Nwangele, Njaba and Nkwerre federal constituency have not enjoyed good and effective representation in the National Assembly, to pledge to correct the anomaly if given the mandate.
The hopeful APGA aspirant used the opportunity of his declaration to unveil some of his programmes for the people. Barr. Kelechi pledged to empower the people of his constituents financially, politically and economically. He noted with dismay that his federal constituency has suffered political and economic retrogression in the recent past and indicated his preparedness to make positive impact that will enhance the welfare of his federal constituents.
He also advised the people of his federal constituency to register with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), and obtain their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) which serves as their voting power. He pledged to attract more federal projects which will go along way in uplifting the living standard of the people and promised to provide 100 bags of fertilizer for all his supporters so as to boost crop productivity this farming season especially in his federal constituency and thereby pledged to do more once given the mandate.