By NewsCritic Reporters
Erstwhile President General of Ohuhu Welfare Union worldwide and Ikwuano/Umuahia House of Representatives Candidate of the Labour Party, LP, in the February 11, 2023 elections, Sir Obi Aguoacha has declared that he would do everything humanly possible to ensure that Ohuhu people are not denied their right to occupy the federal constituency seat in the coming political dispensation.
The Labour Party House of Reps flagbearer stated this while addressing party faithful and supporters at a rally held at Nkwoachara square, Isingwu, Thursday Morning to solicit for their votes in this Saturday polls.
Sir Obi Aguocha who also holds the title of ‘Udo Ji Agu Ohuhu’ maintained that it is the turn of Ohuhu clan to represent the people of Ikwuano/Umuahia federal constituency at the Green Chambers, in line with the rotation principles adopted by stakeholders in the federal constituency.
He urged the people of Ohuhu not to sale their right for a pot of porridge, because it will not augur well for the socio-political development of the community and its people. He added that he has offered himself for service and would leave no stone unturned in ensuring that “nobody takes our right by force”.
Chief Obi Aguocha carpeted the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, candidate Rt Hon Chinedum Orji for his desperation and bid to supplant Ohuhu people, accusing him of using federal government transformers meant for Abia Central senatorial district as campaign tool to buy votes.
“He didn’t buy it with his money, it was given to the senator to use for rural electrification in his district. So, the transformers belong to the federal government and he is using public money to boast”, Aguocha remarks.
The Labour Party candidate who recalled some of his numerous achievements as President General Ohuhu Welfare Union worldwide, promised that if he is voted in as Reps member, he will give scholarship to 100 indigent students and attract federal employment to the people of the constituency in his first year.
He also promised to be a strong voice for not only the people of Ikwuano/Umuahia but a leading voice to speak for Ndi Igbo, saying that “he is not afraid of his Biafran roots”.