Easter: Engr. David Ushie Calls For Collective Interest And Participation In Politics
Engr. David Ushie, an aspirant for the Cross River State House of Assembly, Bekwarra Constituency, has called on his people to remain committed in their love and service to God. In his Easter message to his constituency, with a copy made available to WEE TALK NAIJA, the aspirant called on the Bekwarra nation to remain relentless in their love and service to God and humanity, saying, “We must remain steadfast in our love for God and our communities at all times and seek to construct a strong, united, peaceful, and prosperous community in which we can all be happy and proud.
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The Bekwarra nation has enjoyed peace for many years as a result of God’s exceptional love and benevolence, as well as our people’s unwavering faith in Him. We must continue to serve God and humanity without ceasing. We are more than conquerors, and the Bekwarra nation’s future is bright if we work together as one”.
Engr. Ushie used the season to pray for leaders at various levels, “In this season, we pray for all our leaders: our religious leaders, our royal father and Paramount Ruler, HRM Linus Ogbeche and members of his cabinet, our respected community leaders, and our political leaders at various levels, that God will bestow wisdom on them so that they can lead us effectively.”
In his message, the Ukpah born engineer lamented about the endless problems Nigeria is facing as a nation and expressed confidence in the ability of Nigerians to get the nation out of the woods through their interest, support, and participation in politics to engender true restructuring that will get Nigeria out of the woods. “There is no doubt that our country is confronted with existential challenges, as epitomized by widespread insecurity, a collapsing economy, a crippled health system, a failing educational system, and constitutional issues. We must not give up our struggle to re-establish our lost federation and reset our nation, Nigeria, in order to overcome these challenges. I’m certain that true restructuring will occur as a result of our collective interest, support, and participation in politics, as well as our demand for the right form of government and competent leadership”.
The aspirant also used the opportunity to advise his constituents to make the right decision in 2023. “As the 2023 elections approach, I urge us to vote for the best candidates for the various offices; people who can bring about constructive change and provide our people with the democratic dividends they deserve.” He expressed confidence that Nigerians will overcome their lithany of problems only if they make the right decisions in 2023. “God willing, Bekwarra, Cross River, and Nigeria will overcome our myriad of problems, but only if we make the right decisions in 2023.”
He concluded by wishing his people peace, happiness, prosperity, and guidance to make the best decisions in their lives. “May Christ’s resurrection and victory over death bring renewed hope, peace, happiness, prosperity, and the guidance we need to make the best decisions in our personal, interpersonal, and political lives.” God bless you, and do have a nice Easter.”
Recall that Engr. David Ushie recently threw his hat in the ring by declaring his interest in representing Bekwarra state constituency in the Cross River State House of Assembly come 2023, and went further to obtain a nomination form for the Peoples Democratic Party’s primaries slated for May 7, 2022.