The Anambra South Senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, (APGA) in the coming 2019 general elections, Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu, has said that he was inspired to throw his heart into the next elections in order to provide services as never been done before in the state.
He said: “The essence of leadership and representation is to provide solutions to challenges of the led and to chart a realistic service vision for their betterment. Time has come, therefore, when the people must rise above sentiments to elect leaders with competence and genuine knack for touching lives positively.
Ukachukwu, an, industrialist, estate developer, evangelist and a philanthropist who rose to national political prominence via personal struggle, who was speaking while receiving constituents from various wards within the senatorial zone in his country home, assured that their welfare remain his main concern and reason for coming to contest.
He pointed out that as a citizen of the area, he knows their challenges, pains and expectations hence would make the needed remarkable difference when elected.
The senatorial candidate urged them to take the message of hope and bright future which he represents to every household, so that they all vote massively for him on Feb 16,2019.
In what sounded like a preview of his policy document titled “My Covenant with Ndi Anambra South Senatorial zone”, Ukachukwu stated it is no longer time to list out what candidates would do, but time to lay open whatever they have achieved or done to better the lot of constituents.
He listed roads, hospitals, houses, scholarships, youth/women empowerment, employment and many other philanthropist projects and programs he did and has been doing for Nigerians in different parts of the country, especially within the Anambra South Senatorial zone.
The document read in part, “….and so with the conviction that God Almighty has done His part by blessing me abundantly, I began my part by locating the needy in society and providing them succour as much as I could.
“I have pulled down mud houses anywhere I see them around me and built houses for the poor, constructed roads, paid fees for those I had neither met nor known before.
“It became a big burden for me to ensure that I touched as many lives as possible, so I founded the Prince CN Ukachukwu Outreach Ministry through which I have continued to spread the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, saving souls and touching more lives.
“Being in the Senate will surely provide stronger, wider and greater platform and opportunity for me to serve the citizens. I therefore urge every voter in this senatorial zone to vote for me, to make a remarkable difference from the lethargic experience we have had all these years.”