Daniel Onjeh, APC Senatorial Candidate Reveals What He Will Do at the National Assembly if Elected
- Ahead of the 2023 general elections, Daniel Onjeh, has received the full endorsement of the Igede In 2023 Movement
- Onjeh who is the APC 2023 Senatorial Candidate for Benue South has also revealed some of the steps he would take if elected to represent his people at the Senate
- According to him, power rotation and full-fledged local government autonomy will be topmost on the Agenda of the10th Senate
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The APC 2023 senatorial candidate for Benue South, Com. Daniel Onjeh, has received the full endorsement of the “Igede In 2023 Movement”.
The “Igede In 2023 Movement” is a sociopolitical organization comprised of Igede elites in the academia, business, politics and public service worldwide, under the Leadership of Dr. Jonah Ogbaji.
According to a Press Release made available to Legit.ng by Prince Maxwell Ogiri, the director of media of the Onjeh Campaign Organization, Onjeh, affirmed that there was the need for a legal framework for the rotation of power to accommodate the interests of minority ethnic groups and communities in Nigeria.
Onjeh added that power rotation and full-fledged local government autonomy will be topmost on the Agenda of the 10th National Assembly.
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He assured his Igede kins that if he gets elected into the Senate, he’ll be an integral part of the critical mass of federal legislators that would pursue this worthy cause.
Onjeh informed his hosts that since the creation of Apa state had become a mirage, it was only through power rotation amongst the three Senatorial Districts of Benue state, that a Benue South citizen may become governor of the state in the future.
2023 presidency: Ortom finally speaks on his choice of presidential candidate
Meanwhile, the governor of Benue, Samuel Ortom, has reacted to claims that he has picked Atiku Abubakar as his choice of presidential candidate ahead of the February 25 election.
Ortom denied having endorsed Atiku, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)'s presidential candidate.
Reacting to the report on the governor's alleged endorsement of Atiku, Akase noted that the publication is not only false but also mischievous as it is targeted at embarrassing the five governors who have chosen the path of justice, fairness, and equity.
Trouble for Atiku as Governor Ortom reveals how Benue people should vote in 2023
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, Governor Samuel Ortom has urged the people of Benue state to vote for individuals that can be trusted and not according to parties.
The governor of Benue state said this on Thursday, December 22, after signing the N179.5 billion 2023 appropriation bill into law.
“Come 2023, let us work hard and vote according to the election and not according to the party."