Ned Nwoko hosts Christian groups, shares insights on responsive governance

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Prince Ned Nwoko, the Delta North PDP senatorial candidate, on Sunday, hosted Delta North Christian association group, at Mount Ned, Idumuje Ugboko, Delta state.

Ned Nwoko, during the interactive session with the Christian family, shared insights on responsive governance, whilst maintaining that, humanity is the most important thing in life, irrespective of class and religion.

He said, “The most important thing in life is humanity. The ability to love and support one another, irrespective of class and religion. Good governance requires humanity.

“I am lucky to have spent most of my years abroad. I was opportuned to attend some of the best universities in United Kingdom. It gave me some level of exposure as regards governance.

“I witnessed what it is to have a responsive governance. Over there, government make life easier for the people. With country database, everything is planned. A fresh graduate can easily get a loan to start up a business, and be self-reliant. Why can’t we have such in Nigeria?

“As a senatorial candidate, who is looking forward to representing the people productively, I have many workable plans that will benefit the people, but I cannot achieve them alone.  I need my complete team to win all five political offices, most importantly, the presidency.

“With Atiku and Okowa, at the presidency, most of the bills I will push as a senator, can be easily taken as executive bills. This will facilitate the actualization of most promises made during campaign.”

The meeting was attended by myriad of Christian clerics across the nine local government areas in Delta North. They include; Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria, Delta North, Bishop Chuks Okonta, Bishop Martins Nwachukwu, Bishop Triumph Osian, Lady Promise Itabor, Pastor Mrs. Ike-Bolu, Pastor Donatus Olufemi, Pastor Prince Nmalagu, Pastor Lauretta Onuma, Rev. Edgar Onyebuchie, Rev. John Achonwu, Bishop Adolor Godwin, amongst others.

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