Moved by the deep suffering condition of his people,
a frontline aspirant for the Apa/Agatu federal constituency, Mr.
James Melvin Ejeh says he is vying for the position to change the narrative
from the present state to a better state.

Mr. James Melvin Ejeh

Mr. James Melvin Ejeh who disclosed this in an
exclusive interview with FREEDOM SUNRISE
noted that the Apa/Agatu federal constituency is backward in terms of
infrastructural development, poor health care, educational backwardness as
every form of development is not close to the constituency, adding that these
are issues he intends to address.

He further disclosed that the responses from
stakeholders of the constituency for his aspiration has been over whelming,
adding that it is a hope for a new generation as people wants to see something
new and that is the hope he wants to bring on board for the people, which is why
he is meeting with all class of people, the ordinary people and the down

The House of Representative Aspirant further noted
that the Apa/Agatu people are very nice, very accommodating and very
hardworking people, adding that they are not people that are greedy, as they
are very contented with little things you do for them, which is why they will
support anyone who will better their lots.

On what he will do to improve Benue South Senatorial
district generally, Mr Ejeh said: “I Am Going to Chart a Course for the New
Face of Leadership. I Will Set a Role Model in Apa/Agatu where anybody in Zone
C will emulate. I commend Former Senate President, David Mark and other people
who have done some things for the zone in the past but more still needs to be done.
We are going to represent a new face of leadership, a new hope of leadership.
The young people will be happy with us, the women will be happy, the elderly
will be happy: at least they can go the hospital for once without paying bills”

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