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Imo federal lawmaker confident of passage of Niger Delta Institute bill 

The Federal lawmaker representing Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West in the House of Representatives, Hon. Goodluck Nanah Opiah has expressed confidence that the bill titled,  “an act to establish the Niger Delta Institute of Technology and Skills acquisition, Egbema, Imo state which was sponsored by him will be passed into law.

He stated this while hosting a socio-cultural group of his kinsmen, who paid him a courtesy  visit at Abachere community, Egbema, Imo state.

The lawmaker explained that there were lot of bills initiated at various times, but were uncompleted due to inherent challenges in  bills sponsorship, saying,  he would not rest on his oars, to get the bill passed into law.

“As a sponsor of Niger Delta Institute of Technology and Skills Acquisitions bill,  I will not rest on my oars.   I will ensure that it is passed into law”, he noted.

“The bill will bring about accessibility to education,  employment opportunities and rapid sociology-economic development of Niger Delta states. “

Meanwhile, the National Chairman of Egbema Forum, Prof.  Victor Nwaogu described the lawmaker as a man of peace, adding that no election violence in the federal constituency has ever been linked to him.

He urged the politician to continue his peaceful approach to elections come 2019, adding that performance in political offices was superior to politics of bitterness which has become the order of the day to some political elements in the constituency.

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  1. We from the oil producing States need note of this.
    Government must not play to the gallery

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