Former personal assistant to erstwhile Cross River State governor, Liyel Imoke and currently, an aspirant for Abi State Constituency, Hon. Iwara Inah has told Cross River Daily that his doctrine is the people of Abi; howthat their living conditions, education system, amongst others, informed his decision to vie to represent them at the Cross River State House of Assembly.
Hon. Inah mentioned all these yesterday when he hosted Cross River Daily crew in his house at Goldie Street, Calabar.
The domestic aide, as he then was, and former councilor in Abi Legislative House said the past law makers who have represented the constituency at the State Assembly have done credibly well and that if elected, would consolidate on their gains.
Iwara also pointed that despite the quality representation of the past law makers, the people of Abi, however, deserve even more exquisite lagislation that can advance their standard of living.
The APC aspirant who commented on his party’s chances of winning the sitting PDP, told Cross River Daily that his concerns are on his party’s primary election, stating that upon securing the party’s nomination, the election would be a walkover as the people of Abi, according to him are tired of the directionless leadership of the People’s Democratic Party that has seen the area endured communal wars, immortorable roads, etc without hope of any change in the nearest time.
Hon. Iwara Inah, the one time Usumutong Councilor promised that should the opportunity be given him, the people of Abi would experience noticable change that would ameliorate their living conditions.