2019: Why Ereyitomi should represent Warri Federal Constituency- Group

As the tempo of political activities and maneuvering intensify ahead of the 2019 polls, a political pressure group in


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2019: Why Ereyitomi should represent Warri Federal Constituency- Group
Chief Thomas Ereyitomi

As the tempo of political activities and maneuvering intensify ahead of the 2019 polls, a political pressure group in Delta State, Warri Federal Constituency Rebirth Ambassadors, WFCRA, has outlined four reasons why prominent Warri Chief, Thomas Ereyitomi should be elected to represent Warri Federal Constituency in the February 16,2019 election.                                       

 

Warri Federal Constituency Rebirth Ambassadors in a statement released in Warri Tuesday  December 18 through its Chairman, Publicity Secretary and Director of Mobilization, Comrade Tesimi Christopher, Okiemute Eunice and Preye Miller, respectively, asserted, "a vote for Chief Thomas Ereyitomi will guarantee open and transparent engagement between a legislator and his constituents as well as bring governance closer to all parts of Warri South, Warri South -West and Warri North Local Government Areas, including the riverine and rural communities".                                 

 

The statement added," consolidation of existing peaceful co-existence among the diverse interests that make up Warri Federal Constituency and initiation of quality legislation as well as strategic oversight function that will be beneficial to the Nation and the constituency in particular will be rest assured if Chief Thomas Ereyitomi emerges victorious at the poll, because of his wealth of experience in business and community leadership /relations".

 



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Victory Ejoh
Special Duties Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper. I am a graduate of Mass Communication from Nigeria Institute of Journalism,NIJ,Lagos.
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