Reflection On The Deplorable State Of Our Constituency, The More Reason You Should Vote Dr. Oreh
The ancient kingdoms and people that constituted constituents of Arochukwu-Ohafia Federal Constituency have histories of development and quality contributions to both regional and national progress. There are many relatable histories of strong voice and quality representations at regional and national levels. Overtime Arochukwu-Ohafia Constituency’s voice has wane and the people representative we were known for reduced to personal and family representation.
It is therefore, not overstatement that Arochukwu/Ohafia constituency’s voice has been silent in the current democratic dispensation. A vivid description of Arochukwu-Ohafia silent voice at the Federal House of Representative is growing risk to lives of thousands of constituents who daily wait for turn to cross *‘the ancient Omenuko Igwu River Bridge’* in Abam. Anytime I had to wait for cars to take turns to cross the ancient Omenuko Igwu River Bridge, a spirit of revolution awakens in me that we need a change. At the emergence of Dr. Obinna Okunji Oreh as All Progressive Grand Alliance Candidates, I sensed redemption is close to our constituency, Arochukwu/Ohafia.
Following Dr, Oreh the last four months, I see a young man who has passion for social transformation. I see a young man who understand essence of sustainable social and human development. I see a young man who is driven by the plights of his constituents to make a change. I see a young man who embodied the revolution Arochukwu-Ohafia Federal Constituency need now to regain relevance at the Federal House of Representation. To the camp of other political parties and regular their regular political entrepreneur candidates contesting for the Arochukwu-Ohafia Constituency seat, Dr. Oreh is more a than just candidate, he has become a revolution they must either unit or individually to fight against. If only my people would understand the *Dr. Oreh’s Factor* now, and his capacity to salvage our constituency from poor representation – then the people would lead the growing endorsements and demands for Dr. Oreh.
By Michael Emeka Oduije..