According to reports coming in from Etsako East, West, and Central, as well as Owan West and East, and the politically minded Akoko Edo, there appears to be a breath of new air in the horizon with the famous philanthropist’s entry into the Senate contest.
They claim Edo North has finally found the proper man for the job.
Since his acceptance, the Owan West, in particular, has been optimistic, stating that they have never had a representative in Abuja serving in the Red Chambers.
Hearing of Chief Tony Ezekiel’s senatorial desire, a farmer from Afuze, Owan East Local Government Area, Mr. Edeki Ojeifo assembled his kinsmen to celebrate his entry into the senatorial race, urging every member of his clan to gear up and support his ambitions.
He states they were overjoyed and relieved when they learned of his noble quest.
“People who have excelled in all areas of life, like Ezekiel, should be compensated directly by the population to represent them.
It is, in fact, a call to service, and we are grateful that he has responded to the needs of our people. We’re overjoyed, and as you can see, the entire Afuze community is overwhelmed with happiness; it’s a breath of fresh air, and we’re convinced that this time the right man to serve the people with the appropriate approach has arrived.”
Jafaru Momodu, a restaurant owner in Agenebode, has pledged to be a part of the upcoming transformation, as represented by Tony Ezekiel.
“I would immediately begin my campaign for Tony; we have heard and felt his numerous acts of kindness, and it is only natural that if he is given the mandate to represent us in Abuja, great changes will occur in our lives and the local economy; for the first time, we have the right person for the right job.”
That was the glowing endorsement of Chief Tony Ezekiel across the six local government councils making up Edo North Senatorial district.
The continual poor representation by numerous Senators representing Edo North has been questioned by respondents.
Tony Ezekiel’s personality could make him the best contender for the post.
Tony is the chairman and CEO of ITEX Furniture Limited, which is one of Nigeria’s fastest-growing indigenous companies. He is from Eme-Ora in Edo State’s Owan West LGA.