Agbedi has done much for Alabini – Lugbenwei
As publisher Princewill, Berry makes presentations
Candidate vying to represent the people of Ekeremor Constituency 3 in the Bayelsa state house of assembly come 2019, Hon. Fred Akamu has promised to produce 400 graduates in four years if elected.
Fred Akamu, a candidate under the Action Democratic Party, ADC made the call on Wednesday while presenting his manifesto at the Mathocrystal Hotel, Imiringi at the one day Alabini National Youth Conference held in Yenagoa, the capital of Bayelsa state.
The ADC candidate had particularly stated that he will use his constituency development fund in the state house of assembly to support education in every community constituting EKELGA constituency 3.
According to him, he will also tap from other available sources and would be producing 100 graduates each year.
On his part, representing the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP candidate for the Sagbama/Ekeremor Federal Constituency in Bayelsa state, Chief (Hon.) Fred Y. Agbedi; Chief Austine Lugbenwei had stated that Agbedi has done much for Alabini, Bayelsa, Niger Delta and the country at large.
However, Hon. (Mrs) Ebibofayei Alfreder, candidate of the Social Democratic Party, SDP for Ekeremor constituency 3, Bayelsa State House of Assembly had unveiled her plans for the people of Alabini if elected.
The outspoken candidate had noted that she will key into already established organizations to provide local and international scholarship for constituents if elected.
Alfreder had decried the level of underdevelopment in Alabini, stressing that the region needs a leadership that would change its fortune for good.
Meanwhile, Amb. Binebai Yerin Princewill, publisher of the Liberator Newspaper who stormed the programme as a guest speaker had charged the youths of Alabini to properly organize themselves to take up leadership position, noting that the destiny of Alabini lies in the hands of the youths.
Princewill while speaking among other pertinent issues had noted that there is a growing global demand for youthful representation and the youths of Alabini in Bayelsa must also key into what he described as a positive vision.
Nevertheless, president of the Alabini Youth Coalition for Good Governance, Comr. Collins Tarasele had vowed to mobilize the youths of Alabini to facilitate development through the use of intellect.
The Liberator can report that earlier in his key note address, Chief (Hon.) Berry Negrese had challenged the youths of Alabini to realize their potentials in the Bayelsa politics.
Negrese, a Niger Delta philanthropist cum business tycoon had told youths of Alabini to prepare themselves for the task ahead, stressing that a journey of thousand miles begins with a step.
It would be recalled that the hall at the Mathocrystal Hotel was filled to its capacity with nearly all political office holders, business tycoons, party leaders and her candidates as youths of Alabini extraction throng out in their numbers to grace the occasion.