-Picks his nomination form

By Martin Nwoko 

A frontline aspirant for Aboh Mbaise/ Ngor-Okpala Federal Constituency in the forthcoming general election, Hon. Engr. Albert Chibuzor Agulanna yesterday at the National Secretariat of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Abuja picked his nomination form and expression of interest form.
Agulanna who is a chieftain of People’s Democratic Party and a humanitarian who has brought succor and happiness to the indigent and less privileged in the society through his philanthropic gestures hails from Aboh Mbaise Local government. 

Speaking shortly after obtaining his form, the renowned Engineer and philanthropist of high repute disclosed that through his ‘Restoration Mandate’ he will bring good and effective representation to the good people of Aboh Mbaise and Ngor-Okpala federal constituency come 2023. 
He reiterated that the area has been under represented in the recent time and that his aspiration is to bring government presence closer to his constituents with verifiable projects that will have direct impact on his people. 

According to him, “we can not continue running in circles, time has come for the good people of Aboh Mbaise and Ngor-Okpala to get it right by sending someone with the requisite knowledge and drive to bring development in every nooks and crannies of our constituency”,he stated 
“With my wide range of contacts and experiences in both public and private sector, i will stop at nothing in changing the narrative of poor and ineffective representation in Aboh Mbaise/Ngor-Okpala federal constituency come 2023”.

“By sending me to Abuja, i will be your voice at the National Assembly and as well bring every issue of concern in our federal constituency to the front burner which has been neglected and unattended to by person(s) sent to represent us”.

He called on leaders and stakeholders of PDP in Aboh Mbaise and Ngor-Okpala to put first the interest and well-being of  constituents before any other interest. 

Speaking further, Hon. Engr. Agulanna also used the opportunity to urge Ngor-Okpala people and people of good conscience in his constituency to support Aboh Mbaise and his aspiration to bring the desired change they yawn for by sending him to represent them at the national assembly.