Anioma Traditional Rulers,comprising Monarchs from the Delta North Senatorial District have passed a vote of implicit confidence in the Senator representing Delta North Senatorial District at the National Assembly in Abuja, Senator Prince Ned Nwoko.

This was made known by the Traditional Ruler of Ukala Okpunor Kingdom, HRM Obi Clement Ifeanyi Ejiofor and was unanimously endorsed by others during the unveiling of the Senator’s constituency Office in Asaba.

The endorsement followed a Thank You Town Hall Meeting with Delta North political leaders and people held earlier same day at Orchid Hotel, Asaba.

The traditional rulers also gave assurance that they had adopted Prince Ned Nwoko as sole senatorial candidate ahead of the next round of Delta North senatorial elections.

Commending Prince Ned Nwoko for what they described as “his outstanding performance at the National Assembly “ the monarchs said “ the Senator had recorded unprecedented achievements through important bills,motions and human capital development “

It was a glorious homecoming for Senator Ned Nwoko.

Speaking earlier at the town hall meeting witnessed by a mammoth gathering of political leaders,traditional rulers,youths and women of Anioma ,Senator Ned Nwoko said he came home to brief them about his stewardship,derived from overwhelming mandate.

The law maker who was accompanied by his wife,Regina Daniels Nwoko said
he is saddled with 3 key responsibilities,exemplified by ” Bills and motions,Projects implementation and Empowerment programmes”

Senator Nwoko informed the gathering that he had to his credit ” a record number of over 20 bills and multiple motions ,all dedicated to the development of Anioma,Delta and Nigeria in general”

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He noted that he was working hard to actualize the functionality of Okpai power plant with 100 megawatts.

According to Senator Ned Nwoko:

“When that is achieved ,Delta North would get adequate electricity. I
raised a motion in that direction and went ahead to meet Minister of Power,Adebayor Adelabu and Managing Director of Transmission company of Nigeria (TCN ) Sule Ahmed Abdullaziz.They told me that no representative had ever drawn their attention to the power project ,abandoned long ago.
There would be statutory allocation for the Okpai project next year and Anioma would be energized with light. Moreover Ogwashi Uku Dam which i initiated years ago,would be completed to meet the water and irrigation needs of Anioma land which is agrarian by nature”

Senator Ned Nwoko who spoke amidst intermittent ovation also said he initiated skill acquisition scheme for over 260 beneficiaries with each getting 150 thousand Naira.

The federal lawmaker pledged that more Empowerment programmes would be rolled out for the people,in months ahead and reaffirmed his commitment to impactful representation and good governance

Senator Nwoko said he has a deep understanding of the problems and aspirations of the populace and assured that he is prepared to serve.

Prince Ned Nwoko,elected under the ticket of PDP, emphasised that he is Senator for all “as long as you live in Delta North”

Various speakers at the Town hall meeting including prominent personalities,youths and women eulogized Senator Ned Nwoko for working for the best interests of all and noted that his achievements at the senate stand unprecedented.

The town hall meeting which came to a climax with the unveiling of Senator Ned Nwoko Senatorial office,at Asaba was chaired by the Delta North PDP chairman, Hon.Moses Iduh,attended by former Minister of Agriculture,Chief Chris Agbobu, majority leader of Delta state House of Assembly, Hon. Emeka Nwaobi,former chairman,state civil service commission,Chief Nkem Okwuofu,the State PDP Secretary,Hon. Dan Ossai, former state PDP party chairman, Chief Edwin Uzor,traditional rulers,civil Commissioners,House of Assembly members and local government party chairmen of Delta North origin among other participants drawn from the 9 local government areas of Delta North.