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Etsako West Constituency 1 Vha mo.



My name is Hon Azeez Ozoboile Alasan.

Worm greetings to all of Constituency 1 Elders, both Father’s and Mother’s, our able Youth, Brothers and Sisters who are eligible to vote.

House of Assembly election is finally here this Saturday March 18th, 2023. As we prepare to cast our votes my dear brothers and sisters, I like to once again appeal that we put into consideration the following facts;

1. Women constitute the largest numbers of the voters population in all of Etsako West Constituency 1. This means that, If all the Women unanimously agree to vote for a particular candidate, that is a automatic win for the candidate.✅

2. In the History of Etsako West Constituency 1’s politics, a Woman is yet to represent Etsako West Constituency 1 in the State House of Assembly.

3. In this Year’s HOA election, a Woman of Noble virtue, Hon. Princess Otse Momoh Omorogbe of the PDP (People’s Democratic Party) for the first time is contesting for Membership of the State House of Assembly to represent Etsako West Constituency 1.

4. Global Statistics has confirmed the fact that Woman are very good in administration.

5. Due to Past political setbacks suffered because of poor representation in the State House of Assembly mainly due to Godfatherism, the need for the People to opt for a better alternative in representation has arisen this Time.

6. In sending representatives to such sensitive political office, it is important to put experience, track records and personality profile into consideration.

Hon. Princess Otse Momoh Omorogbe is very qualified with records to attest.

7 Women have Played remarkable supportive roles in all of our lives, it will be very encouraging of us all to equally support Women by Voting to ensure that one of theirs represents our collective interest in EHOA.

A better future for our Girl Children through proper Education, better health care facilities and business support initiative can be guaranteed only by Voting for Hon Princess Otse Momoh Omorogbe because She is a mother and understands the importance of family to the overall wellbeing of the society.

In Time past, dating back to the COVID-19 pandemic Period, Hon. Princess Otse Momoh Omorogbe took to the streets of Etsako West Constituency 1 in Person to render palliative supports to families.

On several occasions She has empowered youths and Women with various skills/Craftsmanship with equipments and finance to help better the family.

All these were done long before She had political intensions of been nominated to represent the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the State House of Assembly.

It is on this note, I will like to finally appeal to all of Etsako West Constituency 1 eligible voters who appreciate the role Women play in our various Families to please come out regardless of our political party affiliation and give Women support by Voting for Hon. Princess Otse Momoh Omorogbe.

A vote for PDP March 18th, is a Vote for Women empowerment.

A vote for PDP this Saturday HOA election, is a vote for better maternity Health care Facilities for our Mother’s in Etsako West Constituency 1.

A Vote for PDP is a Vote Challenging our Women to Please contribute more significantly to the Society they have help Flourished over a long period of time.

A Vote for PDP is a big Support for better Educational facilities for our Children.

Thank you.

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The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy Isa Pantami, disclosed this after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday

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