It was a joyful atmosphere filled with songs, dance and chants in praise of Prince Ned Nwoko (Dike Anioma) as the people of Ukwuani, Ndokwa East and Ndokwa West welcomed him as their best man for the Delta North senate seat, 2023.
Prince Ned Nwoko who came to consult the PDP delegates in the 3 council areas was overwhelmed by the display of unconditional love and rousing reception.
He commended the people for standing by him always and said he recognised the Ndokwa axis as his territory and political base.
Prince Nwoko assured them that as Senator, he will be a strong voice in the National Assembly.
He said he will work to stop gas flaring, initiate lasting measures to check perennial flooding in the communities along the River Niger and proffer solutions to other challenges facing the people.
Nwoko, a former member of the House of Representatives noted that he is not a novice in the act of lawmaking and told the people that the job of a senator is not for learners but requires personality with credibility and a broad national outlook.
He stated that in his private life he has contributed to the development of his home town by establishing the First Sports University in Nigeria, while people knew him all over the country for the Paris Club Refunds and Malaria Eradication Project.
He told the electorates to ask anyone seeking their votes, what such politician has done for his community, the state and Nigeria.
Also speaking, the Director-General Ned Nwoko Campaign Organisation Hon. Pascal Adigwe informed the delegates that the leadership of the party has unanimously agreed that it is Ned’s time to go because he has the best credentials to serve as Delta North senator.
The Chairman of the campaign organisation, Chief Dele Omenogor, the Odogwu Adi Abuo of Ndokwa nation, commended the Ndokwa people for supporting Ned Nwoko while a Chieftain of PDP in Ndokwa East LGA, Rt Hon Olise Imegwu, former speaker, of Delta State House Of Assembly, told the delegates that no opponent in the senate race is Ned’s match in legislative experience, exposure and boldness.
In all their responses the three PDP chairmen in Ukwuani, Ndokwa East and Ndokwa West stated that the delegates’ votes will all go to Prince Ned Nwoko.