By Mercy Hill
The National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies, last week held their annual national open week tagged ‘Open NAAS 2018” at the national assembly complex, Abuja.
The event which had objectives to broaden public understanding of legislative function and processes, creating of avenues for interaction between legislators and key stakeholders, amongst others, was attended by aspirants, stakeholders, as well as senators representing different constituencies.
The open week which afforded the APGA aspirant for Awka South 2, Hon. Ezekiel Dennis Nwokoye, to interact with other participants and leaders of thoughts, enabled him to tender some solid contributions which portrayed him as an individual imbued with capabilities to represent his constituency.
Speaking during the meeting, the representative of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Sen. Shehu Sani, affirmed that, Hon. Nwokoye was the best thing to happen in leadership, referring to him as a young reformer.
Commending him for his political intellectuality and empathy, the Arch Bishop of Abuja Diocese, Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan, blessed his aspiration and described him as one capable of restoring hope to the citizenry.
Appreciating all for the commendations, Hon. Nwokoye, restated his interest in representing his people and urged his constituents of Awka South 2 to shun politics of inducement and support credibility.