The House of Representatives flag bearer of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for Idah Federal Constituency, Hon. Uchola Ojogbane Omale has urged the people of Idah Federal Constituency to ensure that they use the last remaining days left before the closing date to get registered in the continuous voter registration.


The PDP flagbearer promised to prioritize the welfare and empowerment of the constituents if he is elected into office, said this can be better accomplished when they people are registered and come out to vote.

Hon Uchola, made the promise during a chat with our correspondent in Onyedega, said his aspiration is borne out of the need to put smiles on the faces of the people.

According to him, never have the people gone through the kind of hardship they are experiencing, reason why they must come out to get registered to be able to Vote has become necessary.

He said it is unfortunate and unbearable for the people to live in lack of schools, lack of good health care system, percentage salaries to workers and many other things, said that the APC has made life unbearable for the people, said 2023 should serve as turning point.

He emphasized that the hope of living a good life lies with choosing the right representatives and leaders in 2023 said he represent that change to better life for the people.

He urged those who are yet to undertake voter registration to ensure that they take advantage of the window provided by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), before it expires.

He said that registration and collection of Personal Voters Cards (PVCs), remains the only way whereby they could vote for the candidate of their choice

The PDP candidate pointed out that youth development would receive his keen attention, if given the mandate to represent his constituency.

He bemoaned the high level of youth unemployment in the Constituency, vowing that, he would do everything possible to reverse the situation in his constituency.




By joshua

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