National Association of Ika Students (NAIS) of the College of Education Agbor on Wednesday July 18, 2019 paid the aspirant for Federal House of Representatives, Ika Federal constituency, Mr. Sebastine Okoh a courtesy visit to officially declare their support for his ambition.
The President of NAIS, Ifeanyi Ogbe, in his speech, said the group decided to declare her interest to support Okoh’s ambition as a result of his outstanding good nature which has explained better his kind of person before the good people of Ika nation. He eulogized Okoh’s good deeds, thanking him for his love for them and the entire good people of Ika nation.
The President of Delta State University Agbor campus Student Union Government, Greg Oza, also pledged the school’s SUG’s total support and commitment to Okoh’s success in the 2019 house reps election.
Some other students in their separate remarks, said they have taken it as a duty to preach to people anywhere they go to about Sebastine Okoh’s ambition, saying, “We are happy to meet you face to face today as many of us have being desiring to meet you to know the man Sebastine Okoh who is a household name in Ika nation. Truly, you are a man to reckon with and we believe God that come 2019 your victory at the poll will be announced. We have no doubt that Okoh will make a change in Ika land for it is what he is known for”.
Responding, Mr. Sebastine Okoh thanked the Ika students under the umbrella of NAIS, College of Education, Agbor for coming to give him their support. While stating that his ambition to represent Ika people at the Green Chamber is a divine mandate, he admonished the students not to sell their votes, right and future for money or material gifts, and suffers for four years. According to him, “My desire to do more for Ika people is my driving force. As students who are enlightened, go and counsel your parents, relatives and friends on the need for them to vote for people who have their interest at heart; and let them know that the setbacks we suffer is as a result of wrong choices we make during voting”.
Mr. Okoh called on the students who are yet to register or collect their permanent voter’s card (PVC) to do so to enable them exercise their franchise come 2019 general elections.