One of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) aspirants for the federal House of representatives in Abi/Yakurr Federal Constituency, Prince Godswill Edward has been unanimously endoresd by key stakeholders within the party in his council ward(Usumutong/Abeugo) in the 2019 general elections.
The stakeholders in a joint voice, opined that Prince Edward remains one of the true and credible aspirant worthy of promoting the interest of the people and urged the two aspirants aspiring for the state house of assembly in the council Ward to step down their ambitions as the only position the whole Ward desires is the federal House.
The ward meeting which was chaired by Air Vice Marshal Osim(rtd)had the ward chairman & his entire exco in attendance as well as all political stallwards across the council ward collectively endorsed Prince 7 as he’s popularly known by his people to represent the Constituency.
It will be recall that Prince Edward was the first and only aspirant to visit all the council wards within the federal constituency, which shows his readiness to work for the interest of the people.
Air Vice Marshal Osim, appealed to other aspirants vying for the position of the State Assembly in the ward to embrace the candidacy of Prince Edward in a bid to build a better Constituency for the people.
The stakeholders insisted that Prince Edward’s experience can’t be overemphasis considering his contributions to the growth of the people within his ward, LGA and federal Constituency.
However, they crave for a better understanding amongst all the aspirants in a bid to present a strong candidate worthy of representing the course of the ward and people of Abi in the federal Constituency in the 2019 general elections.
Meanwhile, Prince Godswill Edward was on hand to commission the new Usumutong/Abeugo council ward PDP secretariat he donated to the party.
Prince Edward’s gesture has been described by many as an act that deserves credit irrespective of the fact that he’s contesting for the position of the federal house of Representative in the 2019 general elections.