Imo Guber: Nwulu Promises to use Security Vote to Create jobs

A governorship hopeful in the 2019 election in Imo State, Hon. Tony Nwulu has criticized the reckless expenditure obtainable in government especially in the state, and promised to cut down such expenditures so as to provide the required dividends of democracy to the people if he gets into Douglas House as Governor.
He would also ensure that the security vote assigned to the office of the governor was channelled to another critical area which successive governments had neglected, and that to utilise it to create massive employment for the youths of the state.
Nwulu, who hails from Eziudo in Ezinihitte Mbaise Local Government Area of the State, who is currently representing Isolo/Oshodi 11 federal constituency of Lagos State in the House of Representatives is running under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and his popularity among the youths presently is given him an edge over other aspirants in the state.
The originator and chief sponsor of the bill “Not too Young to Run” which is presently waiting Presidential assent has maintained a level-headed approach towards governance by choosing not to be addressed as “His Excellency” when he gets to the government house, as well as ensuring that government expenditures are reduced in order to allow for inclusiveness for real development of the state.
Speaking through the Media Director of Mezie Imo Movement (MIM), Nneji Uneze, Nwulu however disclosed his desire to run simple and inclusive governance tailored towards due process by making sure that the governor’s convoy is reduced to at least three cars, while other functionaries of government would follow suit.
He noted that the usual security vote which governors utilize any how they like would however, be channelled towards creation of employment and youth empowerment programmes and by so doing poverty in the land would be reduced while insecurity would be checkmated, adding “those youths you empower with the money will no longer go to steal or be involved in other criminal activities”.
The lawmaker, however, reminded Imo people to go and register and obtain their permanent voter cards (PVC) which would empower them to choose their candidate at the election proper in 2019 elections.

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