My mission in the Senate is to help build a better Nigeria, says Anthony Ani

My mission in the Senate is to help build a better Nigeria, says Anthony Ani

Professor Anthony Ani, the candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for re-election in the Ebonyi South senatorial election, has said that his decision to contest the Ebonyi South senatorial position is based on the desire for a better Nigeria. He said this is because he wants to contribute to building the future of the world.

Professor Ani, who has resigned from his academic membership, said in a conversation with journalists that another reason he decided to run for the position is the growing demand from the public to go to the Senate to give them effective representation. He added that this is true.

He noted that Nigeria was in need of urgent economic restructuring and the person sent to the Senate must be of substance and must have maturity, experience and intelligence to move the country forward. .

The Ebonyi South senatorial seat became vacant following the resignation of former Senate Deputy Leader Send. David Umahi, who is currently the Minister of Labor.

“When we analyze the situation in our country, we find that Nigeria is in a very critical situation.Nigeria is also at a crossroads and the person representing our country in the Senate must be a man of substance. “Hmm,” Ani said.

According to him, the Senate needs people who will defend the truth and lobby to get something for the people, because Nigeria is a country that has to fight and struggle for the people. Because if you don't fight for them, you will have to fight for other people. You will be depriving your people of their share. That's why I accepted to go and represent the zone. ”

Mr. Ani further noted that those who have represented the zone so far have not done enough to justify the trust bestowed upon them by the people, and said that if elected, he would attract government presence in the zone.

The APC candidates who appeared last week said they had received support from stakeholders in the zone and did not intend to disappoint the people, but promised to provide qualitative representation to the zone.

He praised the transformative strides the President has recorded so far, adding that he along with some of the senators will record further successes.

“Ebony South is our heritage and with the support and prayers of our people, we say with humility and dedication that God willing, we will not let you down,” he said.


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