Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the candidate of All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA for AMAC/Bwari federal Constituency of FCT, Hon. Dr. Ubanze Tochukwu Randreen (Ubasinachi) has unveiled his manifesto to represent the people of the Constituency.

This comes as he places education, infrastructure, security, health, culture and tourism and others as very cardinal to him if elected in 2023.

At the official presentation of the campaign manifesto in Abuja recently, Dr. Randreen maintained that he will sponsor law that will provide educational support fund to students in the Constituency in a bid to ensure that no child will be left out our school for reasons bordering on finances. He said under his representation, he will encourage scholarship in basic science in the schools.

He said, "We will sponsor laws/ policies that will promotes (Tertiary Vocational Academy TVA) in Amac/Bwari and Nigeria basically Building, metal works, ICT (Phone/Computer Manufacturing) for made in Nigeria Phones productions by providing technical supports/grants for our youths in ICT sector. Encourage youth in agriculture/farming with grants and fertilizers."

In the area of infrastructure, he said if elected, he will pay attention to rural electrification by providing solar energy, firefighting equipment for the major markets in AMAC/Bwari federal Constituency. Some markets set to benefit from this project upon his election include, Wuse, Dutse, Apo Mechanic, GSM Village etc Dei-Dei timber market, UTC, Garki, Kubwa Maitama market etc. This he said is to eradicate carbon emissions in the environments which is harmful to human.

On security, Hon. Randreen said, "We are all aware of deteriorating security challenges in FCT and in Nigeria. We will sponsor laws/encourage community policing in our rural communities support their remunerations, gadgets, welfare etc and partner with police and other sister agencies for intelligent gathering, logistics supports, operational costs, and moral boasting Awards for our gallant officers that has distinguished themselves in their line of duty during our annual end of the year assessment programs."

He stated further, "We shall sponsor and support laws that will promote Compulsory Health Insurance for pregnant women, kids below 18 years and elderly (60 years and above) in AMAC/BWARI federal constituency and Nigeria. Organise medical outreach with our partners, NGOs, international organisations sponsor surgery for some selected health challenges in AMAC/BWARI Federal constituency

"We will sponsor laws to support the creative industries to harness our talents in film production, music production by providing legal framework, partnership, grants etc."

He therefore called on residents of AMAC and Bwari area councils to support him to win the House of Representatives seat come 2023, saying the future is now.

He prides himself as a young, Result Oriented Dedicated Enterprising and a Honest Nigeria who has inspired/mentored the youth politically, business and in order area of life.

Ubasinachi as he is popularly known was a legistative aide to a former senator/former vice presidential candidate from 2005- 2010 (incharge of protocol) where he was mentored and exposed politically and was privileged to have interacted, served and imbibed positive political aspect of the leading presidential Candidates of Labour Party, PDP, APC, APGA at the course of his service

He is also the immediate past chairman of IGBO COMMUNITY ASSEMBLY (ICA DAWAKI IN BWARI AREA COUNCIL). He is an Executive-member of Ohaneze FCT Committee.

Through his foundation Ubasinachi Foundation, he has supported the elderly, the vulnerable and the youths in the society some through Christmas distribution of rice, clothes, monthly financial support for the elderly etc.



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