Ahead of the 2019 polls, available victory indicators have shown that Chief Felix Idiga (JAFAC) has so far garnered overwhelming support and confidence of the people of Orlu,Orsu,Oru East Federal constituency.
Idiga, a frontline and highly rated All Progressives Congress (APC) stakeholder is said to have the capacity and muscle for proper, selfless representation that is hinged on equity, vision that would propel the three blocs of the federal constituency to greater height.
Of interest to the people of Orlu,Orsu,Oru East federal constituency is the resolve of this astute and global industrialist, to site at least one cottage/small scale industry in each of the three local government areas that constitute the federal constituency. This bold step, according to him, would bring youth unemployment to near zero level and at the same time nurture a youth body that would bring pride and honour to the society.
In the area of infrastructure, Chief Idiga, President, JAFAC Foundation and Construction Company, promised to build quality road network and water ways, even as rural electrification and other life-sustaining social amenities will be provided, effortlessly. Each of the 34 wards in the area will certainly get at least one internal road, he told newsmen.
It was further gathered that, Chief Idiga’s health care programme before now has been a source of succor to many families in Orlu Zone and beyond, a feat he has successfully achieved through JAFAC Foundation that has offered free medical services, paid hospital bills and helped in maintaining operational capacities of many maternity homes, orphanages, hospitals and destitute homes.
According to our source, Idiga leadership style in Orlu,Orsu,Oru East federal constituency, is poised to eradicate joblessness.
This is evidenced by the human builder’s resolve to establish varied skill acquisition centres in the area, one for each of the local government areas of the federal constituency. This will give more jobs in addition to the over 2,700 market men and women, and over 230 youths in the job creation/empowerment unit of JAFAC Foundation.
A strong believer in the power of qualitative education and the enviable role of education, Chief Idiga is making some soft landing with the federal government by seeking inputs in the education projects of his constituents.