LG Polls: Manowei Promises Grassroot Development, Infrastructure For Warri South West

By Daily Report Nigeria
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A Chairmanship aspirant for the Warri South West Local Government Council, Mr Ingor Emmanuel otherwise known as Man-owei has declared that the existing peace in the council would be used as a bedrock for development to thrive on when elected into office.

Ingor, who is an aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP made the declaration during a media with Daily Report Nigeria.

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Quizzed on what his plan for the Council is as an aspirant is, the youthful Man-owei simply said;

“My vision is to consolidate on the existing peace in Warri South West Local Government Council, for the absolute infrastructural and human capital development in the council in no distant time,” he said.

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“Where there is peace, the next thing that should follow is development. And we have absolute peace in Warri South West Local Government Council, thus development at every level is obtainable.”

“It is quite straightforward. We have peace, therefore, we must have development.”

“I will lay a phased developmental template that is suitable for subsequent governments to run with when I am elected and even when I leave office,” he continued.

Mr Ingor is further driven by a will to improve human capital development by instituting grassroots oriented mechanisms if voted into power.

“I understand youths are the live wire of any generation and government, that is why we will put all hands on deck to see that grassroot oriented mechanisms are put in place to engage youths, in a bid to improve human capital in the Council.”

“We are prioritizing engaging the youths and women, infrastructural development, human capital improvement when elected into office.”

Manowei is mostly renowned for his a strong acumen in business. He represents a new breed of youthful and vibrant politicians set to change the narrative of the contemporary political structure.

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