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By Lawrence Duya, Abuja

A senatorial aspirant for Abia central senatorial distinct on the platform of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Dr. John Abraham Godson, has listed his programmes for the people of his senatorial district if elected.

Dr John Abraham Godson, who addressed members of the press during is official declaration, expressed haste in is quest to render servant leadership to the good people of Abia central senatorial district.

“Politics is a call for service but that is not the case in Nigeria. I want to restore the dignity of servant leadership,” he declared.

Speaking on his experience in Poland vis-a-vis his Nigeria story, Dr. Godson narrated how the government frustrated his bid to invest in Nigeria which would have reduced unemployment. Against this backdrop, he has decided to be part of the law making body in Nigeria in order to influence laws that would impact on the people positively.

He promised to create employment opportunities for the youths, develop an investment friendly environment and build garden parks in all the local governments of Abia central senatorial district.

As a Nigerian expatriate in Poland, he was the first black to be elected into the Polish Parliament.

Dr. Godson called on Nigerians in diaspora to return home and contribute towards the growth of the nation.

Also, the Chairman, Nigerians in Poland, Dr. Tade Omotosho, re-echoed the qualities of Dr. Godson as a servant leader.

“Ever since I met Dr. Godson he has proven to be a servant leader. Each time I call him, his first words are ‘how may I serve you.'”

Earlier, the National Chairman of African Democratic Congress, Chief Ralph Nwosu, spoke bitterly on the failure of the National Assembly members to discharge their primary responsibility.

“While the executives sleep off on duty and travel to countries like Dubai for months, the National Assembly members that should checkmate them are busy chasing contracts instead of law making.”

Chief Nwosu used the occasion to inform Nigerians that apart from the existing 6 geo-political zones in the country, the ADC has created an additional zone for Nigerians in diaspora in recognition of their number and contribution to the growth of Nigeria.

Highlight of the programme was the presentation of African Democratic Congress Senatorial Forms to Dr. John Abraham Godson and the presentation of the ADC Spartans to the public from across the federal constituencies in Nigeria.

The event had: Chief Ralph Nwosu, National Chairman of ADC;Hon. Dr. John Abraham Godson, senatorial aspirant for Abia central;Dr. Tade Omotosho, Chairman, Nigerians in Poland;Mrs. Kyauta Yakubu, National Women Leader of ADC;
Barr. Ifenla Oligbinde, Director of Communications and Programmes.

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