It starts by standing with the poor, listening to voices unheard, and recognizing potential where others see despair.
It demands investing in human capacity and to remain committed to whatever we have set out to do.
It is about the next generation of Ikwuano Youths and women.
It thrives on moral imagination: the humility to see the Ikwuano as it is, and the audacity to imagine our LGA as it could be. It’s having the ambition to learn at the edge, the wisdom to admit failure, and the courage to start again.
It is the determination to win not for me but for the ordinary indigene of Ikwuano. Who does not know that his leader should be accountable to him?
It requires patience and kindness, resilience and grit: a hard-edged hope. It’s leadership that rejects complacency, breaks through bureaucracy and challenges corruption. Doing what’s right, is not what’s easy.
It’s the radical idea of creating hope in a cynical society like ours. Changing the way the government leaders tackle poverty and building an LGA based on dignity.
We are going to carry everyone along. It is your government after all.
**Our Women shall be aided to become financially independent, through a special women empowerment that is result-oriented.
**Constituency Meeting quarterly.
We shall give account of stewardship.
**We shall publish and rotate employment opportunities to our people.
**Medical Care for our old parents.
** The youths shall be in charge of everything in our tenure and we shall not desert the counsel of our elders.
We can only achieve this when you and I put in the best of our efforts.
We can do it, my people. Yes we can