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IMO STATE: Orlu/Orsu/Oru East Federal Constituents Say Education Sector Deserves The Best Candidate… Pin Hopes On SDP’s Madu

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A section of the people of Orlu/Orsu/Oru East Federal Constituency of the House of Representatives have expressed a determination to take their fortunes in their hands by investing in quality representation from the constituency in Imo State, South-East Nigeria, at the National Assembly’s lower chamber come 2023.

Consequently, those constituents are throwing their weight behind the aspirations of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) candidate for Orlu/Orsu/Oru East Federal Constituency, Mr. Vincent Ikechukwu Madu, also known as Orlando.
In a statement articulating the vision of the aspirant, Prince Anthony Ononuju Nnadi stated: “As the journey towards the restoration of our homeland from political, economic and social obscurity as well as legislative redundancy through the 2023 general elections gathers momentum, it has become pertinent to bring to the public knowledge one of the lofty visions of Bro. Vincent Ikechukwu Madu (Orlando) the Social Democratic Party (SDP) candidate for Orlu/Orsu/Oru East Federal Constituency.
“Aspiring for a position of authority is one thing, having a clear-cut vision on how to leverage on that position for the betterment of the people is another thing. Our son, brother and friend, Bro.k Vincent Ikechukwu Madu is one man who knows what he is going to Abuja to do for the benefit of his people.”

Claiming that one of the candidate’s visions for the Orlu/Orsu/Oru East Federal Constituency is the improvement of the Federal Constituency’s education sector, Nnadi was emphatic that, under Madu’s watch, public secondary and primary schools in Orlu/Orsu/Oru East Federal Constituency will receive serious attention.
Nnadi listed Madu’s priority areas to include the renovation of public schools in the local government areas that make up the candidate’s federal constituency; introduction of annual academic competition for all public and private schools in our constituency to promote academic excellence; creation of both local and international academic scholarship opportunities; and provision of modern learning facilities to public Schools.

Nnadi stated: “Orlando understands the job very well, hence he is coming to fix our federal constituency. Some of the above mentioned ideas have already been undertaken, albeit on a smaller scale, by Orlando through his foundation – Our Brother’s Foundation that has helped in no small measure in moving our homeland forward. If Orlando can achieve some of the aforementioned ideas even as a private individual, then it goes without saying that he will do exceedingly well if given the opportunity to represent us
“To ensure the realisation of the dreams of quality education for the teeming young ones and better homeland we, the people, earnestly yearn for a sincere, responsive, competent and strong voice to represent us at the Green Chamber of the National Assembly. All we ask is: Give Us Orlando!”

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