The senatorial candidate for Anambra Central under the auspices of the Young People’s Party, Chinedu Umeadi has called on all political stakeholders to address issues affecting the society.
The medical practitioner made this call during his courtesy visit to the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Press centre in a live interactive session with media practitioners in the state.
According to Umeadi “I have come for quality representation. The reason behind my race is to have a larger representation for the people. A people oriented administration that will allow periodic assessing of the extent of delivery of dividends of democracy,” he said.
“There is what is called Needs Assessment Theory . Each set of people have different needs. If elected,my style of approach is strategic assessment of different constituents .This is what my purpose of being in an electoral office entails, achieving people oriented goals with accurate and systematic verifiable plans to achieve them.”
Umeadi also shed light on youth empowerment and employment opportunities for the teeming youths. He assured that his practical approach to management will spur a faster approach to alleviate hardship and bring the government close to the people.
“Youth engagement is an instrument that will be in place to encourage youthful participation,’ he stated.
According to Umeadi, the calrion call to extend a hand of compassion to the less privileged in the society inspired him to begin a foundation in the year 2019.
He said he set up the foundation organises annual science quiz competition, doles out scholarships ,free medical care and check ups, essay competitions and several outreaches to impact to members of the society.
He maintained that it was high time the people approach governance with a different perspective.
Regards the seat of presidency, Umeadi upheld the resilience of the youths and members of the public who are championing the movement for Obi as a president. In his words,the job as the number one citizen should go to the best man for the job.
He called on the Independent National Electoral Commission( INEC) to address every challenges regarding the use of the BVAS voting technology to foster a credible and peace full elections.