In preparation for the forth coming APC primaries, the top most House of Reps aspirant, Rev Francis Waive with his campaign team consulted Ughelli North, Ughelli South and Udu APC leaders.
Rev Francis Waive visit further confirmed and affirmed the claims that he’s the most popular, acceptable and most valuable House of Reps aspirant in Ughelli and Udu federal constituency for the 2019 elections.
In a separate speech, the leaders described Rev Francis Waive as integrity personified, light and voice of APC to end all forms of dark and mute representation that have held sway in the constituency since 1999.
Though the consultation visits to the three LGAs took place at different times, two powerful points featured conspicuously in the leader’s speeches.
Rev Francis Waive not only add the highest electoral value to senator Omo-Agege and Great Ogboru’s existing popularity, making the trio the,” ultimate combination”, but also aspire at the right time.
A time when Ughelli North is the custodian of the senator representing Delta Central, answering the constituent’s questions and yearnings.
Rev Francis Waive unfolding his seven points covenants, Rev Waive assured the LGAs’ APC leaders of his unwavering commitments to unfettered access, quality house sitting attendance, sponsoring of people’s-oriented bills, fair distribution of constituency projects, protection of the rights to freedom and liberties of constituents among others.
Continuing, Rev Francis Waive said a burden has been laid on him by the absence of projects, thus he would use his office to influence projects to the constituency.
As a mark of commitment to the party’s needs, he promised to offset one-year rent for the Ughelli North APC new Secretariat, this was in addition to the clearing of one-year rent each for the three LGAs APC Secretariat in the past.
In a related development, Rev Francis Waive also took time to shed more light on his relationship with the Nigerian Christian Umbrella Body, CAN. You will recall that some persons out of mere desperation, had misinterpreted Rev Waive cordial relationship with CAN to score cheap political points.
He however explained that his closeness to CAN was to educate and orientate the church about APC and the need to be involved in politics.
Stressing that APC is neither a northern nor Muslim, but a Nigerian political party.
He therefore appealed to all APC leaders across the three LGAs to vote massively for him during the primaries, not just because of what he has presented, but also for whom and what the people knew he really is.
By Richard Okome