The councilor, representing ward two in the Legislative Arm of the Ika South Local Government, Hon Fidelis Onyemaisu Igumbor has implored the people of his ward to give him a second chance to represent them at the local government level, saying that if he is given the opportunity he will do better. The honourable councilor made this appeal during the donation of an electric transformer to the Ihogbe community by the Ika South Local Government.

Hon. Igumbor, who said that the issue of a transformer has been a major problem to the residents of his ward even before he was elected, asserted that, the purchase of the transformer was part of the promises he made to the people during his campaign.

"During my campaign," few years ago, I promised to use my good office to bring a transformer to the people of my ward, who for several years has suffered electricity problem. Today, that the promised is being fulfilled, I must say a big thank you to Hon Hilary Fada Ibude for having gone through the proposal and assented to it without any hitch," he said.

Speaking further, Hon Igumbor posited that he has also with help of Hon Ibude, been able to extend new electricity poles and lines, to developing areas in the ward." The people of my ward are very proud of me and Hon Hilary Ibude as places like Ihogbe now enjoys 87% full voltage," He added that under his representation as Hon Councillor of ward two many roads in the area have been graded.

He however called on the people of ward two, as well as the entire people of Ika South, to vote for people with integrity and ability to deliver the dividends of democracy, even as he pleaded to be given another opportunity to represent his people at the Ika South Legislative Arm, so that he can accomplish move for his ward.

Thanking Hon Hilary Ibude and Hon Igumbor for their effort towards the purchase of the transformer, Chief A. B.E. Okungbowa, the Arese of Agbor Kingdom said the people of Ihogbe are greatly delighted with the transformer and will ever remain committed to the growth and development of Ika South Local Government Council.

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