The President General of Umueri Community, Chief John Chukwudi Metchie, has asked newly elected federal lawmakers in Anambra State to work with Governor Charles Soludo.
The lawmakers include Hon. Tony Nwoye, Sen. Victor Umeh, Sen. Ifeanyi Ubah, Emeka Idu and Aniekwe Peter (Macpee).
While Nwoye and Umeh won under the banner of the Labour Party (LP) to represent Anambra North and Anambra Central respectively, Uba is returning to the Red Chamber under the Young Peoples Party (YPP) to represent Anambra South.
Metchie who is also the Prime Minister of Anambra State Association of Town Unions (ASATU) congratulated the lawmakers for their electoral victories.
Metchie also congratulated other Anambra state candidates who won House of Representatives seats in Saturday’s election.
They include Dom Okafor (APGA)- Aguata; Maureen Gwacham (APGA)-Ayamelum/Oyi; Aniekwe Peter (Macpee) (LP)-Anambra East/west; Ozodinobi George (LP)-Anaocha/Dunukofia/Njikoka; Pascal Agbodike (APGA)-Ihiala; Princess Chinwe Nnabuife (YPP)- Orumba North/South; Uche Elodimuo (APGA)- Nnewi North/South/Ekwusigo;
Uchenna Okonkwo (LP)- Idemili North/South; Emeka Idu (LP)- Onitsha North/South; Prof Lilian Orogbo (LP)-Awka North/South and Afam Ogene (LP)- Ogbaru.
In a statement Wednesday which he personally signed, Metchie described the National Assembly election winners as prominent sons and daughters of Anambra State and expressed confidence and hope in their abilities to work for the transformation of the state through quality representation.
He called on the returning and in-coming lawmakers to eschew politics of bitterness and segregation, but rather work with the state Governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo to develop and transform Anambra state and engender prosperity for the people of the state.
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