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Labor Party House of Representatives candidate for Enugu East/Isi-Uzo federal constituency Paul Nnamchi has said there is no longer a place for bench-warming legislators or politicians who do not work in Nigeria.

He said professionals like him have volunteered to take leadership because of the vacuum created over the years by people who mistakenly strayed into the political arena without a preconceived strategy on how to solve the mirage of the nation’s problems.

Nnamchi revealed that as a Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), he attracted and awarded a grant of more than £250 million to Enugu State University of Science and Technology, so he would do well. if he was chosen.

He therefore urged Nigerians to vote for Labor Party candidates in the February and March general elections, stating that in addition to the excellent qualities of the party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi, other party candidates for various elective posts possess the qualities to serve and are determined to be partners in enshrining good leadership in the country.

Addressing potential voters at Thinkers Corner and Thinkers Corner Extension in the Enugu East local government area, Nnamchi lamented the worsening socio-political and economic state of Nigeria at the moment and assured that the Labor Party offers a credible alternative in government. , very different from orchestrated bad government. enthroned in the country by the administrations of the Popular Democratic Party and the Congress of All Progressives, respectively.

“The notion that politics is for those who never get it right is incorrect, because professionals and men of proven integrity must come together to rewrite mistakes to achieve success. I sacrificed my lucrative jobs abroad to come back and join the political arena, so we can all join other big-name politicians, mostly from the Labor Party, to reinvigorate Nigeria’s ailing economy.

“The Labor Party is a movement and more of a mega party that can change the ugly state of our economy with Obi as president. Therefore, I plead with Nigerians to vote for Obi as the country’s next president and for other Labor Party candidates in the general election, so that we can collectively rescue the country from bad leadership,” said Nnamchi.