After emerging victorious in a 10-month legal battle for his seat that has set back his agenda for his constituents, the legislator for Mbaitoli in Imo State legislature, Hon. Victor Ndunagum, has at last rolled out his plan of action.
In a chat recently with journalists from his constituency who called to commiserate with him on his recent encounter with hoodlums that nearly claimed his life and those of some members of his family, the lawmaker promised to reactivate the skill-acquisition centre at Nworieubi which has been abandoned for over three years.
Stressing that it was one of the ways he would empower the youths in Mbaitoli, he also disclosed that he would float a scholarship scheme for indigent students to get university education as well as a grant-in-aid programme for indigent women in the area.
Hon Ndunagum noted that his protracted court case had impacted negatively on his programme for his constituency but assured that he would still fulfill his electoral promises.
He called on Mbaitoli people to be patient and identify with the state government promising that they would soon begin to enjoy the full dividends of democracy.
The legislator also said he would open a constituency office for easy interaction between him and his constituents.
But he made a passionate appeal for two more police stations in Mbaitoli at Eziama-Obiato and Ogwa axis to stem crime in the area.