Over the years, the idea of promising the electorate what they want to hear without as much as making effort to fulfil them, appears to be the stock-in-trade of many politicians.
However, in my few months stay at the National Assembly, we have amply demonstrated that keeping our word is a noble art. This is why my campaign promises were encapsulated in a slim 16-page document.
One of the things I promised in my manifesto is employment facilitation for numerous youths from Idemili. In fulfillment of this pledge, I have knocked at the doors of many Federal agencies and made case for no fewer than 283 Idemili young people looking for job.
Dividends of such efforts have started rolling in. Recently two of the successful ones came calling to say thank you. The duo, Chisom Umezuruike and Vincent Chukwudi were employed by Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) as Administrative Officers.
Chisom Umezuruike, a 2016 graduate said she is “so happy and excited for the wonderful opportunity”. On his part, Vincent Chukwudi, a 2017 graduate could not hold his joy as he expressed the lovely experience my representation has brought to Idemili. In his words “Hon. Ibezi is a true leader. I have had a lovely experience with him. By the special grace of God, I now have a job today”.
Once again, I reiterate my commitment to ensuring that Ụmụ Idemili enjoy dividends of democracy irrespective of the circumstances. I shall continue to strive for the best for Idemili. So help me God.