The newly sworn in House of Representative Member, representing Ikwo/Ezza South Federal Constituency, Ebonyi state, Hon. Chinedu Ogah(APC() has said that there is still hope for the common man in our judiciary system.
He reiterated this in a chat with The Informavores after he was sworn-in today in the National Assembly complex.
Hon. Chinedu said, “First of all, I want to thank God who made today possible. I want to thank Mr President for being firm and allowing the judiciary to do their work. I want to appreciate the Speaker Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila for his exemplary leadership qualities in steering the 9th House of Representative in the right direction.”
When asked whether the judiciary is not for the common man, he said, “I disagree with that because if somebody like me will win in the Appeal court then, there is hope for the common man. ”
“I promise to give my best representation to my constituency who has given me their mandate and were not deterred by intimidations. I want to heartily thank the youths in my community for their unflinchingly support through the difficult process before we got to where we are now.”
He concluded by saying that, “Finally I want to thank my wife who stood by me and gave me her un-alloyed support.”
Hon.Chinedu Ogah took over from Hon. Lazarus Nweru (PDP) who was sacked by the Appeal court after losing his seat in election tribunal.
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