On the approval of the first federal higher institution to be built in Ndokwa land which was facilitated by the senator representing the good people of the area that has long been marginalised, the Igwete of Amai kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Eze Paul Solomon Ifeneziuche, has urged the senator representing Delta north senatorial district, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi to remain focus in his magnificent representation of Anioma People at the Senate.
The monarch in a statement made available through his chief press secretary, Cyprian C. Odifili in Amai kingdom on Friday, said that a student who scored about 4.8 GPA in his first year in the university, will never be sent packing by the school authority, instead, such student would be retained, being an asset to the institution.
The monarch pointing out the sterling performance of the lawmaker, likened it to that of President Umaru Musa Yar-Adua, who in a short time as the President of Nigeria left giants footprints that remains a reference point for his predecessors.
“Peter Nwaoboshi has continued to give priority to Ndokwa Nation which are evidently seen in the dividends of democracy that the people are basking under his representation”.
“How can we then appreciate him? At this point in our political development, I believe it is high time we begin to put aside political divisions and support, tested and proven good governance, not just political party. This is what most States in the western world has adopted”.
He further stated that ” it is anti-people and enimical to continue to hate and pull ourselves down and still expect meaningful growth and development in our societies”.
The monarch hailed the lawmaker for fighting as an Ágú that he is to ensure that the siting of the first Federal Higher Institution of learning in Ndokwa Nation becomes a reality through the endorsement and approval by the National Assembly for its establishment on Wednesday in the FCT.
All said, the Igwete of Amai kingdom assured Senator Peter Nwaoboshi that more honours awaits him, so far he continues in the pace. He also extended his heartfelt congratulations to him for the feat achieved, the monarch of Utagba, His Royal Majesty Isaac Obi and the people of Kwale (host community) as well as the entire people of Ndokwa Nation.